MagicCube has entered into a collaboration with MobiWire Group, an original design manufacturer (ODM) for mobile network operators, to provide North American merchants with improved payment acceptance tools.
Under the tie-up, Mobiwire will exclusively work with MagicCube’s SoftPOS and tap-to-pay offerings that will help the merchants accept payments safely without installing any dedicated hardware.
MagicCube’s i-Accept solution will also use Mobiwire NFC devices capabilities.
The partnership will see the development of an integrated tool that will be designed to accept contactless payments from various NFC-driven debit or credit card from four major card brands.
Payments from a number of smart devices, including smartphones, watches, wristbands and others will also be accepted.
i-Accept facilitates the capturing of PIN on the Mobiwire device screen without disorganising or shuffling the PED keys, states MagicCube.
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This paves way for an improved customer payments experience.
MagicCube CEO and cofounder Sam Shawki said: “We are committed to our goal of freeing merchants from the cost and the handicap of legacy dedicated devices, but for those large retailers and enterprises who need to own multi-purpose versatile devices for consistency of performance and device management, we are offering these options in partnership with our carefully selected partner Mobiwire.
“Mobiwire is covering a big gap in what the Tap to Pay market needs: a well-built smart device with a powerful NFC chip, optimally integrated, well placed at the front and marked, therefore preventing the confusion of looking for the right place to tap a card on almost all other devices out there”
The latest collaboration comes shortly after MagicCube partnered with oona, which provides tablets and smart screens for merchants, on its i-Accept tap-to-phone contactless payment solution.