Fundtech, the payments software specialist, has launched Mobilescape VX, a device upgrade for its Mobilescape wireless card processing solution. The new hardware combines Verifone’s VX 680 POS hardware with Fundtech’s software, transaction processing, wireless service, and customer support.
The new handheld terminals include a colour touch screen and an ARM11 processor, as well as compatibility with the web-based Mobilescape Manager platform. Mobilescape VX provides US businesses with travelling sales personnel the capability to accept card payments from anywhere via a small, portable device that is compatible with the AT&T cellular network.
“With Mobilescape VX businesses can cost-effectively and securely equip their field personnel to take payments wherever and whenever service is delivered,” said Danne Buchanan, executive vice president, merchant services, Fundtech. “Our customers are able to accelerate the payments process and boost their bottom line.”
Fundtech added that many customers are using the device for secure mobile payments. The upgraded technology is available to all new customers as well as existing customers interested in the latest device.
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