The first Tap to Phone project in the U.S. was launched by M4bank.SoftPos, a Visa-based solution

Visa partnered with PayMob (UK) and ZmBIZI to launch the first Tap to Phone pilot in the United States to support small businesses in the region on June 16, 2021. With this project, it is planned to empower small businesses to respond to the requirements of their clients in the next stage of digital commerce development.

This project was developed on the basis of the M4Bank.SoftPOS solution from EMI Global Corp. Note that at the end of last year, Visa announced the certification in Russia of its new solution based on M4Bank.SoftPOS.

Tap to Phone technology transforms merchants' phones into point-of-sale payment acceptance devices with a simple app. The SMBs in Washington, D.C., are planned to be the first as part of Visa's six-city SMB revitalization initiative, which also includes Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and Miami.

About Visa 

Visa is a global payment system that gives cardholders, merchants, financial and government organizations in more than 200 countries and territories access to a fast, secure and reliable network of electronic payments.

About ZmBIZI

ZmBIZI is a provider of technology and solutions for mobile smartphones. ZmBIZI is a complex system of applications consisting of hardware and software technologies designed to empower users.

EMI Global Corp

EMI Global Corp is one of the leading software developers of innovative IT solutions for the banking and financial industries. EMI Global Corp’s portfolio includes more than 20 projects in more than 13 countries.