SPARROW Unveils its Latest Mobile Point of Sale Application, Easy Charge
FREMONT, CA: SPARROW, a provider of transparent merchant account services, launches its latest designed Easy Charge mobile application to bring in security, fraud protection and real time reporting in a user friendly, mobile Point of Sale (mPOS) application. The application is available in the iTunes App Store and Google Play market.
Easy Charge is a mobile POS application that offers the ability to process any type of payment, at anytime, anywhere. The payment data is never stored on the mobile device as the data is encrypted. The suspicious transactions are rejected or suspended for later review by making use of FBI Tools fraud protection system.
The receipts can be emailed or sent via text message to clients or sent to a mobile printer. The new version includes features like picture tiles for quick order taking and a new encrypted credit card swiper. Easy Charge enables merchants to avoid management of sensitive payment data in their own systems. At the same time, merchant partners are able to upgrade the point of purchase experience for their customers by reducing the overall time taken to execute a sale.
Easy Charge transactions flow through the SPARROW payment gateway. It utilizes PCI Compliant cloud technology, which implies that the merchants have access to all the features offered by gateway from their mobile device. The gateway stores customer information in the secure Data Vault for rapid recall. Once account numbers are encrypted and tokenized, merchants can quickly create secure recurring transactions that are easy to execute and track.
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