Navotar’s Software Now Offers Payment Solutions

Logo courtesy of Navotar
Logo courtesy of Navotar

Navotar, a car rental software provider, has partnered with Cardknox Development Inc., a payment gateway specializing in EMV payment solutions and integration.

The new partnership will enable users to receive payments with Navotar’s cloud-based POS system.

Car rental customers will now have the ability to log into the Navotar portal to process payments, as well as authorize funds that will be charged when the rental trip is confirmed, according to the company.

“The vehicle rental companies stand to benefit the most from this partnership,” said Neeraj Kaneria, vice president of sales and marketing at Navotar. “They can now process cards conveniently via our cloud-based POS. Additionally, it’s a more efficient system that virtually eliminates the hassles of overdue payments and collections.”

Cardknox is a solution that can be integrated with POS systems using only a few lines of code. Offering gateway-only or integrated payments, Cardknox serves thousands of customers throughout the United States, the U.K, and Canada.

“Cardknox believes in functional payment programs custom-tailored to a business’ particular needs,” said Mark Paley, director of partner sales at CardKnox. “We worked with Navotar to create a payment solution for them that is secure, convenient, and hassle-free for both merchants and consumers.”

Founded in 2009, Navotar Inc. provides online car rental software to customers worldwide, including independent and franchise vehicle rental businesses managing cars, vans, scooters, boats, and RVs.

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