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Paydiant and pcAmerica Launch Fully Integrated Mobile Payments Offering

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Friday, June 15, 2012 - 09:19

Paydiant and pcAmerica launch a fully integrated Mobile Payments offering which supports complete mobile wallet capabilities for retailers and restaurants.

BOSTON, MA, Jun 14, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Paydiant, a Boston-based mobile payments provider, today announced that pcAmerica has integrated the Paydiant mobile payments software into pcAmerica Cash Register Express(TM) and Restaurant Pro Express(TM) point-of-sale (POS) solutions. Using the integrated offering, any of pcAmerica's 50,000 retail and restaurant POS software users can now accept Paydiant-powered mobile payments and offers. pcAmerica customers can also support a number of other compelling mobile wallet capabilities including pay online; offer and coupon creation, selection and redemption in store and online; and digital receipts and refunds by simply updating to the latest version of the pcAmerica software.

A number of retailers in Colorado, Massachusetts, New York and South Carolina have already deployed the integrated solution.

Paydiant provides a white-label mobile payment and offer platform that allows banks, retailers and restaurants to deploy mobile wallet capabilities into their own iPhone(R) and Android(TM) applications. 

 

 
Tags: Americas, POS, Paydiant, Mobile Payments Mobile Wallet, pcAmerica

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