search icon

Sage mobile payment technology lets you accept payments anywhere

Use your favorite mobile device to process credit cards using a swiper. Or use our terminal for contactless payments.

Sage Mobile Payments

Take payments on the go. Swipe debit and credit cards on your favorite smartphone or tablet.

Unlimited volume

Sage Mobile Payments lets you enjoy unlimited monthly credit card transaction volume.

Improve cash flow

Get fast settlement to your preferred bank account within 48 hours of each transaction—improving cash flow. Accept more than just retail or quick payments.

Installment payments

Now you can take nonprofit donations, deposits, installments and final balances as work progresses or is completed.

Access anywhere

Accept payments anywhere you are, including at your customers' locations. Avoid the possibility of lost checks and save a trip to the bank.

Fast, easy and secure

You're ready to go in just 4 steps.

In fact, it's so easy the Girl Scouts use Sage Mobile Payments to boost cookie sales. They use simple software with a swiper... and so can you.

  1. Sign up.
  2. We'll send you a swiper to attach to your mobile device.
  3. After you attach the swiper, download the app from iTunes or the Google Play Store.
  4. Login and enter a few default settings.

Requirements: All you need is a mobile device running Android OS 4.4 (KitKat) or iOS 7 or higher.

Mobile Metrics That Matter: Growing the New Mobile Economy

"The mobile economy is blooming at an even faster rate than expected—by 2017 it will be valued at $3.1 trillion, $200 billion more than the $2.9 trillion Yankee Group forecasted in October 2012."

- Yankee Group

Get contactless or NFC payments

Your customers may want to use their smartphone apps to pay. We can help you process contactless payments (like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Wallet) easily and securely. All you need is a terminal and your customers can pay the high-tech way. Best of all, these terminals are also EMV compliant.

What are NFC and contactless payments?

NFC stands for Near Field Communication. That means a customer's mobile device with a payment application needs to be near a terminal for the transaction to take place. The customer waves their mobile device over the terminal, their account is debited, and the merchant business is credited. Some NFC payment examples include Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Wallet. Your business just needs to have the right terminal. Although NFC isn't part of Sage Mobile Payments, you can still add that product.

Need training? Have questions? Want guidance? We're here to help.


Master the best techniques to put your software to work for you with Sage University—home to on-demand learning topics and comprehensive instructor-led classes.


Get 24/7 access to support articles, product documentation, as well as the latest software downloads and updates in Sage Knowledgebase.


Whether you're new to our products or a Sage expert—our community is here to make life easier! Get involved and share your hints and tips with fellow members. Plus get answers to your questions so you can really make your business flow. 


If you've got questions, don't worry. We offer multiple ways for you to get the answers you need quickly.