Netbiscuits and Admeris create mobile commerce payment partnership


Netbiscuits, a cloud software service for cross-platform
development and publishing of mobile websites and apps, announced a technology
VAS partnership with Admeris Payment Systems to provide the Admeris
patent-pending OneTouch m-commerce payment platform to its robust developer
community, brands and partners.


The partnership will see Admeris make its payment
infrastructure available for Netbiscuits partners who need credit or debit card
processing to help monetize mobile content or applications utilizing the
Netbiscuits mobile development platform.


OneTouch is an end-to-end mobile commerce solution combining
a revolutionary process around encryption and authentication of credit card and
banking account transactions, creating a simple end-user experience.


Admeris is known for their expertise
in end-to-end PCI compliant mobile commerce solutions that combines
authentication of end-users and transactions, creating the simplest and most
secure mobile credit card payment experience in the market.


Netbiscuits has deep experience
in the mobile space. The company has been a proven leader in the industry for a
decade. The Admeris OneTouch m-commerce platform will provide Netbiscuits
mobile developers the simplest and most secure experience for processing credit
and debit card transactions. This will translate into higher conversion rates
on transactions and reduced chargebacks.


“In Admeris we found a versatile and powerful
partner that has built a reputation on providing clients with multiple payment
options, simple integration, rapid customer service, and additional layers of
security to reduce fraud,” said Robert Slaughter, senior partner manager,


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