Ezetap provides Mobile Point of Sale (MPOS) solutions. The Ezetap solution turns a merchant's mobile device into an intelligent point of sale or ATM that is able to complete any type of financial transaction from a credit card sale to a real-time bill payment, to a cash withdrawal or deposit. The Ezetap solution is comprised of a secure and lightweight card reader, a configurable mobile application, and a flexible platform that allows Ezetap to provide customized value-added services and integrate to a merchant's existing systems. The solution is compliant with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCIDSS) and the Payment Application Data Security Standard (PADSS) global security standards.

Bengaluru, IN
Size (employees)
222 (est)+2%
Ezetap was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Bengaluru, IN
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Ezetap Office Locations

Ezetap has an office in Bengaluru
Bengaluru, IN (HQ)
151 9th Main Rd
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Ezetap Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$51 m

Latest funding size

$16 m

Time since last funding

8 months ago


Ezetap's latest funding round in August 2017 was reported to be $16 m. In total, Ezetap has raised $51 m
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Ezetap News and Updates

Ezetap, racing against bigger rivals like Paytm, just raised $16 million in fresh funding

 There are more than 1 billion cellphone users in India, which abruptly went cashless last November. These two developments play nicely into the vision of Ezetap, a six-year-old, Bangalore-based startup whose software as a service is used by more than 200,000 merchants. Read More

India mobile payments provider Ezetap picks up $16 mln

India-based mobile payments provider Ezetap has secured $16 million in funding. JS Capital Management led the round with participation from Social Capital and Horizons Ventures. In addition to the funding, Salil Seshadri of JS Capital Management will join Ezetap's board.

Ezetap rides India’s fintech wave to $16 million for easier mobile payments

Ezetap wants to enable businesses in India to accept any form of payment and today announced funding of $16 million to further that goal. Jonathan Soros’ investment firm JS Capital Management led the round, with participation from Jeff Skoll Group, Social Capital, and Horizons Ventures. “Due to Nare…
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