AT&T has joined forces with Apriva to deliver applications – AprivaPay and AprivaPay Professional – which turn smartphones into point-of-sale devices that accept credit and debit card transactions.

“Sales increase when small businesses accept payment cards,” said Michael Antieri, president, advanced enterprise mobility solutions, AT&T Business Solutions, in a statement. “By offering these new mobile applications from Apriva, AT&T is helping small businesses create ‘virtual storefronts’ in the field, enhancing cash flow while minimizing back office processes such as billing.”

AprivaPay is a browser-based application that enables businesses to process credit and debit transactions through the browser of their mobile phones. AprivaPay Professional is a full-featured application that is downloaded directly onto a smartphone.

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