CreditCall Partner Program Brings Developers in on Mobile Payments Revenue
|Richard Harris in Marketing & Promotion Tuesday, October 22, 2013|
The emerging mPOS market has seen dramatic growth over the last 12 months. Traditionally developers have relied on front end development income, however CreditCall is now offering developer partners the opportunity to share in the highly desirable ongoing (and incremental) income streams, bringing them closer into the diverse and profitable mPOS ecosystem.
CreditCall’s mPOS Toolkit includes the CardEase Mobile SDK - which consists of the required API, precompiled native development libraries for iOS and Android and a development guide - a fully certified and EMV approved PINpad, a test platform, a transaction management and reporting tool, and access to CreditCall’s technical support team.
Jeremy Gumbley, Chief Technology Officer at CreditCall comments, “Our mPOS Partner Programme gives economic incentives for developers to include EMV chip card acceptance in their retail solutions, allowing them to monetise their investment in CreditCall.”
“We are the first company to provide commission in this space and are creating a whole new referral community. We are seeing the tip of the iceberg in terms of the user experiences that retailers can accomplish with intuitive retail applications in the next five years. I can’t even begin to speculate as to how developers will use our core technology to monetise new types of apps and bring payment to places where traditionally it’s not been available,” he says.
Read more: http://www.creditcall.com
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