Apple Pay

Get Apple Pay for Your Business

         With Merchant Industry, you can be equipped to accept the newest — and one of the most secure — methods of payment: Apple Pay. With Apple Pay, your customers can make secure purchases with one touch. No more swiping or signing. No more searching the wallet or purse for the credit card.

How It Works

        When customers come to your store with an iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus or Apple Watch, they can use their devices to make a purchase. All they need to do is tap their device in front of your POS reader. They don’t even need to open an application. When the transaction is completed, the customer is alerted with a subtle vibration and beep. It’s as easy as that.

    Apple Pay works with most major credit and debit cards, participating with the top U.S. banks. Credit card holders using Apple Pay can still earn the same benefits as if they were using their plastic counterparts.

Streamline Online Sales

     Apple Pay can also make your online sales streamlined, too. By providing the Apple Pay option during your checkout process, all your customers need to do is place their finger over the Touch ID or double-click the button next to the Digital Crown on their Apple watch. There’s no need to type in long strings of numbers, and there are no concerns about giving out sensitive data online.

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End-to-end Apple Pay™ integration

Merchant Industry provides all the tools you need, from a simple iOS integration to back-end processing of Apple Pay™ tokens.

Flexibility

Support Apple Pay™ via Merchant Industry's iOS SDKs or complete the Apple Pay™ integration directly in your app and use Merchant Industry to process the transactions. You choose what's best for you.

Stronger Security for Stronger Sales

     When you provide the Apple Pay option to your customers, you’re sending the message that you care about their sensitive financial data. That’s because every Apple device encrypts personal credit card information. A chip in the device assigns an encrypted transaction-specific dynamic security code. These encrypted numbers aren’t even stored on the Apple servers. Your customers won’t have to worry that their credit card information can get stolen.