Handpoint has been shortlisted in the Compliance Project of the Year category of the Payments Awards 2014 for its mPOS Application PCI-P2PE certification. The winners will be announced at the Awards Gala Dinner and Ceremony on 20 November 2014 at the Grosvenor House Hote in London.
Compliance Project of the Year
- Digital River
- Quickflix/IP Payments
“P2PE represents a significant breakthrough for the enterprise mobile payments market,” says David Gudjonsson, CEO and co-founder of Handpoint. “We have utilised P2PE to overcome the barriers that have prevented enterprise retailers in Europe from embracing mobile payments; namely concerns over security, compliance and integration. Handpoint’s PCI-accredited MPOS application reduces the burden on enterprise retailers to gain individual PCI accreditation, in terms of cost and time, and represents the most secure way to introduce Mobile Point-Of-Sale.”
About the Payments Awards:
The FStech and Retail Systems Payments Awards recognise cards and payments excellence and technology innovation within the UK and EMEA. The winners will be those companies, individuals and organisations who have implemented the most outstanding payments initiatives or projects during 2013-2014.