Fairbit EMV-Kernel-on-the-Cloud Technologies Presents


Develop your SoftPOS Solution

The SoftPOS solution uses the NFC interface of the mobile phone to accept the payment. EMV service can be instantly activated on the mobile phone without the burdens of hardware-based solutions. EMV Kernel-on-the-Cloud supports all CVM methods, including PIN, signature, and CD CVM. Signature is a preferred way along with CD CVM in the U.S. Read more >>

Focus on your POS business

With EMVKernel-on-the-Cloud, POS vendors, Payfacs, acquirers, ISOs, and ISVs focus on developing their payment applications without worrying about the EMV L2 certification. You can develop any hardware without thinking of the time-consuming EMV L2 kernel certification process. You can start EMV transaction acceptance immediately with your own POS application.

Democratize payment acceptance

Enable any organization to become a payment solution provider in the shortest time. Help any companies to enter into payment businesses without any hardware dependency. Having the kernel on the cloud almost removes the dependency to the hardware completely. This enables any device to take the payment by using Cloud Kernel APIs.

SoftPOS Solutions
Boost your Success

Fairbit SoftPOS turns any NFC-enabled Android mobile device into a working POS or payment acceptance device. No additional tech device is needed

Field-level detection of payment anomalies using machine learning

EMVKernel-on-the-Cloud enables payment vendors to fix transaction issues immediately in real-time. It instantly notifies negative trends about EMV transactions. It offers advanced reporting and monitoring services for the benefit of payment terminal vendors, merchants, acquirers, issuers, and certificate authorities.

Easier payment terminal deployments in the field

EMV Kernel-on-the-Cloud offers smoother and faster deployment of payment terminals for POS vendors, merchants, integrators, processors, and acquirers. No release process is required for EMV Kernel and parameter updates in the terminals in the field. It reduces the time and cost to deploy and maintain terminals in the field