PaymentsSource: Powa Promotes EMV in the U.S. Through e-Nabler Partnership
PaymentsSource quotes Joel Vazquez, president of e-Nabler in an article about Powa’s push to promote EMV in the U.S. market.
As Powa begins integrating its new point of sale system with vendor partners, the company expects its experience with EMV-chip acceptance to be a selling point.
“EMV is a core value. It’s not a dirty word for us,” said Paul Rasori, an executive vice president with Powa.
Powa recently launched PowaPOS, which combines a number of point of sale features such as payments, bar code scanning, a cash drawer and printer. Powa is also offering PowaPOS in European markets and Asia, where it’s also increasing its profile through acquisition.
Last week Powa announced the integration of its PowaPOS technology with e-Nabler’s eMobilePOS software, a mobile point of sale and inventory management program that allows uses tablets and smartphones to generate orders, issue invoices, process payments and manage supplies.
“The PowaPOS team’s expertise in EMV payments coupled with their [application programming interfaces] guarantees an easy EMV implementation,” said Joel Vasquez, CEO of e-Nabler. “They’ve placed a number of functions, printing, swiping, card readers and barcode readers, into the same system,” Vasquez said. There are other printers and card readers out there, but they are typically from different manufacturers. Having it all under one roof frees us up.