EnStream’s mobile payments service will incorporate Hyperwallet’s payments software into its system architecture

Vancouver, B.C. – Hyperwallet Systems Inc. (“Hyperwallet”), a leading provider of global payment solutions, today announced the delivery of software and professional services to EnStream, a mobile commerce company owned by Canada’s leading wireless operators. EnStream built its mobile payments service by incorporating Hyperwallet’s payments software into its system architecture. Hyperwallet’s solution provides the ability to process and reconcile payments from banks and payment networks.

“We’re extremely proud to have our payments technology incorporated into EnStream’s mobile commerce system,” states Lisa Shields, President & Chief Executive Officer of Hyperwallet. “Consumer demand for financial services over mobile networks represents a significant growth opportunity within the mobile sector, and our technology and related services are well positioned to take advantage of this global phenomenon.”

Hyperwallet’s technology supports payment processing and funds transfers through international payment networks and banks using established interfaces. The payment platform comes with support for international, multi-currency, and multi-language deployments under a single payment infrastructure.

“Hyperwallet’s technology provides interfacing to banks and payment networks for organizations looking to offer multi-channel payment services,” states Chris Silverson, Vice President, Sales for Hyperwallet. “By leveraging Hyperwallet, organizations can deliver multi-currency accounts, global payments and more – with capabilities to manage the underlying technology and complexity of moving and reconciling funds worldwide.”