Apriva, a provider of end-to-end wireless transactions and secure information solutions, will participate in the upcoming “Cardware 2012: Payment Insights” conference, scheduled for June 19 and 20, 2012 at the Marriott Gateway on the Falls hotel in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Sponsored by ACT Canada, a non-profit organization that educates members on the emerging opportunities in mobile payments and security technologies, “Cardware 2012: Payment Insights” brings together technology vendors, financial institutions, merchant acquirers and other parties to discuss innovation trends and practicalities for deploying mobile payments solutions.
“Apriva is very pleased to participate in the ‘Cardware 2012: Payment Insights’ conference,” said Paul DeRosse, Apriva’s vice president for business development in Canada in a prepared statement. “Our industry is finding itself at a crossroads in trying to determine how to best support mobile payments without compromising security or choice. Apriva has been at the forefront of delivering mobile commerce solutions that flexibly adapt to meet both the requirements of merchants, and the demands of consumers. We are eager to share our innovations, and discuss how all participants in the mobile commerce ecosystem can leverage the profound benefits of these technologies.”
During the event, Apriva will showcase several of its advanced solutions that enable merchants to accept card payments in the field, such as AprivaVend™, its unattended payments service, which gives vending operators an end-to-end solution to accept card-based payments at vending machines.
Apriva is a provider of wireless transactions services in North America. The company maintains relationships with more than 30 payment processors in North America, as well as all leading wireless providers, resulting in flexible solutions that meet the specific needs of merchant acquirers. The company currently works with over 800 merchant acquirers and Independent Sales Organizations (ISOs) in the market. Apriva’s solutions are fully reliable and secure, and meet exacting PCI-DSS standards.