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By on March 20, 2016

SAN JUAN – The eMobilePOS Partner Expo Conference 2016 (EPEC), an invitation only event, is being held March 20-22 at the El Conquistador, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, in Fajardo.

San Juan-based e-Nabler was founded by Joel Vázquez in 2001 and the company was one of the first to offer a full-featured mobile point-of-sales (POS) solution for Windows Mobile. In 2010, the application became available on iTunes as the first complete mobile POS app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Today, eMobilePOS software is available for Android, Apple iOS and Windows mobile devices. eMobilePOS was recognized with the “Best New Mobile App” by AT&T during CTIA in 2008 and was awarded RSPA’s Innovative Solution Award at RetailNOW 2011.

EPEC 2016 gathers e-Nabler’s entire partner ecosystem, including POS hardware and peripherals, payment technologies and third-party software solutions.

LOGO EPEC 2016“We are excited to host the second, annual eMobilePOS Expo and Conference and it is a great opportunity for POS resellers and other payment professionals to meet our ecosystem of eMobilePOS partners and learn about the latest solutions and trends in the world or POS, customer loyalty, and payments,” Vázquez said in statement ahead of the conference. “Every component of a POS system has to work in concert with each other, providing a seamless user experience so that our merchants can focus on selling and taking care of the customer instead of worrying about the technology.”

The large mobile/tablet POS conference offers hands-on training to resellers (VARs) and those looking to tap into the mobile and tablet-based POS market.

Sponsors of the event include companies such as Claro, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Microsoft, BlueStar, EVO Payments International, CRS, Partner Tech, Star Micronics, Elo Touch, Moneris, KOAMTAC, Handpoint, Samsung, Cayan, SOTI, Sage, Anywhere Commerce, nClose, Discover, RSPA, ScanSource, and several others.

Caribbean Business reporter Dennis Costa contributed to this report.

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