Amazon has purchased GoPago, a San Francisco-based tablet point-of-sale and mobile payment startup. GoPago’s platform allows users to pre-pay for goods at a participating business with a mobile app, and works as a Square-like point-of-sale system for businesses. The terms of the deal have not been disclosed, though co-founder and Chief Technology Officer Vicenzo di Nicola will not be joining Amazon as a part of the acquisition.
Looks like Amazon may have quietly made another acquisition, and another move to expand its role in the world of mobile: Italian newspapers are reporting that the e-commerce giant has acquired Gopago, a startup that offers consumers an iOS or Android mobile app to pre-pay for goods before picking them up at a store, and retailers a point-of-sale system to process those orders and more.
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