Sequent Tokenization Services Unveils Secure Channel Partner Program
The Secure Channel Partner Program is designed to help resellers speed up the implementation and adoption of secure mobile payment and access apps, according to Sequent.
Sequent partners can leverage the company’s security certifications from Visa and Mastercard and PCI-DSS Level 1 SP certification, the company stated.
In addition, Sequent provides partners with the flexibility to offer the Sequent Platform as a hosted PaaS or an on-premise enterprise deployment, the company said in a prepared statement.
What Is the Sequent Platform?
The Sequent Platform provides a pre-built channel that delivers access to secure mobile payment, access and identification service providers, according to Sequent.
It enables organizations to digitize their credit, debit, ID, loyalty or transit cards, Sequent indicated, and includes:
- Card and Wallet Management Platform: Boosts the distribution and use of cards by enabling consumers to leverage third-party mobile apps to make payments, ride transit and open doors.
- Token Service Platform (TSP): Brings all card types to mobile devices for payment, access, loyalty and other applications.
- Trust Authority: Administers advanced keystore, private cryptography, secure communication and secure boot capabilities on native apps.
Sequent also provides application programming interfaces (APIs) to help mobile app developers digitize cards on mobile, wearable and connected devices, the company stated.
By doing so, Sequent ensures consumers can leverage their mobile devices to make payments, redeem offers and more, the company noted.
Sequent: Here’s What You Need to Know
Founded in 2010, Sequent provides tokenization services for all types of legacy payment and non-payment card data.
Sequent partners with organizations across various vertical markets, including:
- Access control.
- Financial technology.
- Mobile development.
- Systems integration.
Sequent is searching for partners “who share its vision of accelerating the adoption of digitized cards in smartphone apps and Internet of Things (IoT) devices with card data provided from the relatively few commercially available token vaults in the world,” the company indicated.