The Emerge Mobile Edge Adapter is a handheld mobile point-of-sale (MPOS) solution attachment that can be placed on the bottom of a cell phone. The Edge credit card terminal has a slot for swiping credit cards along with a keypad. Here is a review of the Emerge Mobile Edge Adapter credit card terminal.
Emerge Mobile Company Overview
The South African Emerge Mobile company is leading the continent in developing mobile POS solutions. Africa is ripe with plenty of smart phones used for normal communications by individuals and shop owners. Emerge Mobile concentrates on smaller shops that need credit card processing machines using the iKhokha brand for some of its Edge models. The head office for Emerge Mobile is as follows:
Unit 4, 12 Frosterley Park
La Lucia Ridge, Durban
Telephone: 27-31-566 -1998
Emerge Mobile Edge Adapter Terminal Overview
The Emerge Mobile Edge Adapter is a clear plastic attachment placed on the bottom of a smart phone. The device is small and compact. The Emerge Mobile Edge Adapter credit card terminal is compliant with EMV and PCI.
Features & Benefits
The Edge Adapter has a simple design with a credit card swiping slot at the top and numeric keypad on the bottom. There are two function keys – one is red and one is green on the display. Credit cards can also be inserted in the bottom of the credit card machine. It can handle credit cards with stripes or chips. The adapter can fit in your hand.
The Emerge Mobile MPOS hardware adapter is compatible with either the iOS or Android platforms. The Edge Adapter is usually either white or black. The Emerge Mobile MPOS solution is the first product of this African line of credit card processing machines. This wholesale handheld credit card processing device can be rebranded also.
Africa is behind the rest of the world in developing a credit card terminal for the cell phone. The first offering of Emerge Mobile – Edge Adapter – is a solid starting point. The device is easy-to-install and aimed at small shop owners processing credit cards. Emerge is positioning itself to lead Africa’s migration to more modern credit card processing machines.
2015 CREDIT CARD PROCESSING COMPANIES