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eMobilePOS Integrates GETI Check Processing and Gift and Loyalty for Mobile POS

FT. WALTON BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 01/10/14 -- e-Nabler Corporation, a leader in mobile point of sale solutions, and Global eTelecom, Inc (GETI), a premier provider of check and ACH processing and gift and loyalty card solutions, have partnered to integrate GETI check, gift and loyalty card processing capabilities into the eMobilePOS mobile point of sale (POS) solution for restaurants and retailers. The eMobilePOS solution is based on the Apple iPad™, iPhone™ and iPod Touch™ devices and designed to increase sales, while yielding labor and inventory efficiencies.

With eMobilePOS, the sales process is streamlined to speed up ordering, and control inventory and accounting processes. Restaurant servers are able to communicate tableside orders directly to the kitchen, quickly turning around tables without errors, while increasing the overall profitability. Retailers get instant access to inventory and pricing anywhere on the showroom floor thus eliminating checkout lines and so-called abandoned shopping carts. eMobilePOS completes the cycle by allowing staff to process the sales transactions from table-side or anywhere on the showroom floor. The eMobilePOS platform increases productivity and efficiency, empowers employees, speeds up table turns and checkout, and increases customer satisfaction in the process.

As a result of this partnership, eMobilePOS has the capability to utilize the secure and reliable GETI processing technologies to accept check and ACH (automated clearing house) payments. Businesses using the eMobilePOS solution can also make use of GETI gift and loyalty card programs to redeem cards and reward loyal customers from anywhere in the store or restaurant.

eMobilePOS can be implemented as a standalone solution or as a fully integrated point of sale solution with real-time connectivity to accounting and enterprise management systems such as QuickBooks™, Sage50 Accounting US, SAP™, Oracle™, and Microsoft Dynamics™.

"Through our partnership with GETI, eMobilePOS customers will benefit from the high quality services GETI provides," said Matthew Inan, director of business development and channel sales at eMobilePOS. "We now can offer our mobile POS customers a complete suite of payment solutions as well as a gift and loyalty program that will help increase sales and customer satisfaction."

"The feature-rich functionality the eMobilePOS solution offers SMBs is remarkable," said John Laurell, VP of technical operations at GETI. "eMobilePOS does an excellent job bridging the gap between POS, inventory control, and accounting; and it does this through all of today's most commonly used back-office systems."

See a live demonstration of recently added GETI features in the eMobilePOS solution at the eMobilePOS Partners Expo Conference 2014 in Puerto Rico, January 31 - February 1. For information please visit www.emobilepos.com/epec2014

About Global eTelecom, Inc. (GETI)
Global eTelecom (GETI) provides proprietary electronic Check processing and Gift/Loyalty services to over 55,000 merchants nationwide. GETI's products are marketed through sales channels of banks, independent sales offices and credit card processors. GETI operates under the guiding principle that our highest priority is to protect the ISO-merchant relationship and we take great pride in our service and support levels to assist our valued partners. Global eTelecom's value added solutions include: Electronic POS Check Conversion, Paper Guarantee, ACH Debit, Checks-By-Phone, Checks-By-Web, Check 21 Remote Deposit Capture, mobile Tele-Debit and Gift/Loyalty Card Processing. GETI is part of Sage North America. For information, please visit www.Globaletelecom.com

About eNabler Corp.
Founded in 2001, e-Nabler, the company behind the award-winning eMobilePOS software, is one of the pioneers in mobile POS solutions and cloud-based software-as-a-service. eMobilePOS was the first full-featured POS app on iTunes and has, to date, processed more than 1.3 billion transactions. The company 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. eMobilePOS is available through the Apple App Store, and a version for the Android market is also available. Wow your customers with eMobilePOS, one sale at a time!
For more information, please visit www.eMobilePOS.com

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Contact:
John Laurell
V.P. Technical Operations
Global eTelecom, Inc.
850-344-4338
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Matthew Inan
Director of Business Development & Sales
eMobilePOS
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