Software Point of Sale, is a ground-breaking new technology that allows businesses to accept card payments directly on their phone or device without the use of any additional software. SoftPOS converts your regular smartphone or tablet into a secure payment terminal and enables acceptance of EMV contactless cards.Get in Touch
We see several key areas where SoftPOS could have a significant impact
Support countries transitioning to cashless economies.
Unlocks seamless digital transactions for merchants.
Strong adoption among businesses operating remotely.
A dependable backup for businesses during system failures.
Discover the unparalleled protection woven into every transaction with SoftPOS Fortification. SoftPOS relentlessly guard against potential threats and vulnerabilities
Latest Security Standards
Software based White Box cryptography
Unique Key Per Transaction
convenience of an Online PIN
Designed for Android phones equipped with NFC, requiring no additional equipment.
Eliminate the need for POS machines and their associated maintenance, resulting in zero expenses.
Customers can quickly download the app from Google Play for a user-friendly onboarding experience.
Streamlining user interaction for an elevated level of convenience and efficiency.
Payments can be conveniently accepted from anywhere with a reliable Internet connection.
Industry standards safeguard against attacks, ensuring a secure payment experience.
Tap-On-Phone, also known as SoftPOS (Software Point of Sale), refers to a technology that allows merchants to accept contactless payments directly on their smartphones or tablets without the need for additional hardware. It leverages the Near Field Communication (NFC) capabilities of mobile devices to securely process transactions, transforming them into portable payment terminals. Tap-On-Phone enables businesses of all sizes to accept payments conveniently, providing flexibility and cost-effectiveness while enhancing the overall customer experience.
The difference between SoftPOS (Software Point of Sale)
solutions on Android and iOS primarily lies in the
operating systems they run on, along with associated
hardware and software considerations: * Operating System:
Android operating system, iOS
* Device Compatibility
* Development Environment: SoftPOS Android - Java or Kotlin programming languages and Android Studio. SoftPOS iOS - Swift or Objective-C programming languages and Xcode
* Market Reach
* Integration Ecosystem: Compatibility with various payment processors, APIs, and SDKs
* Security Considerations: Both Android and iOS platforms have robust security features, but they implement them differently. SoftPOS solutions on both platforms must adhere to strict security standards to protect sensitive payment data.
In summary, while SoftPOS solutions on Android and iOS share the same fundamental purpose of turning mobile devices into payment terminals, differences in operating systems, device compatibility, development environments, market reach, integration ecosystems, and security considerations distinguish them from each other.