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SumUP signs first US ISO partner

By SumUp

NXGEN, a tech company that delivers state of the art payment solutions to merchants globally, announces its newest partnership with SumUp, Europe’s leading financial technology company that is set to become the first ever global card acceptance brand.

SumUp’s proprietary, end-to-end payments platform is the first fully-certified EMV mPOS system in the world to cover the entire payment process: card acceptance terminals, mobile apps, a payment processing platform and risk and anti-fraud solutions. SumUp’s contactless terminal has been specifically developed for the U.S. and connects wirelessly to any smartphone or tablet. It is the most advanced EMV-compliant mPOS device in the U.S. market, allowing merchants to accept payments in-store and on the go.

Ryan O’Connor, Managing Director U.S. and VP of Business Development commented, “Across Europe, we successfully cooperate with more than 1000 distribution and integration partners. With SumUp’s global presence, and as we gain more traction in the United States, NXGEN represents our ideal first ISO partner to expand this network across the U.S. Their entire staff, with the sponsorship of their senior management team, has embraced our solution for small merchants to quickly and seamlessly accept payments. We look forward to continue to support NXGEN in the U.S. and in the United Kingdom as we successfully partner together.

Giuseppe Caltabiano, President, NXGEN International expanded on the relationship with SumUp adding, “The roll-out of this global partnership enables NXGEN to offer payment services in a complete OmniChannel solution. SumUp satisfies the needs of a brand new business, entrepreneur or large enterprise who decides to begin accepting payments, overnight. The SumUp App and Card Reader work on iOS and Android devices as well as multiple online payment functionalities, making it the unique winner in its space.”

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