FPi integrates EMV Compliance payment gateways with credit card terminal provider Dejavoo & uniCenta
Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) is now required in America and can result in thousands of dollars in fines per breach! FPi integrates global EMV compliance, payment gateways and EMV credit card machine mobile technology providers.
Jack Gerrard Founder of uniCenta stated, "I am excited for our Joint Venture with First Payment International and I look forward to making uniCenta oPOS the premier EMV compliant capable solution in the US marketplace. Experience with the EU EMV compliance rollout has reinforced the need for a quality provider and FPi is that company. We are offering the business owner unsurpassed levels of security within their business. The EMV compliance extension and PCI 3.1 compliance upgrade of uniCenta oPOS 4.1 allows current uniCenta oPOS users to meet newly enacted merchant security requirements now in effect in the US."
J Carlos Ruiz, C.E.O of First Payment International added, "The Point of Sale industry's current solution providers are aggressively racing to offer EMV credit card compliance and PCI Compliant solutions in the US. Today, with this announcement, we're extremely proud to offer our solution with uniCenta oPOS and are excited to fulfill the EMV compliant credit card and PCI compliant POS requirements in a very easy and user friendly solution in the US"
"We are very pleased about this exciting partnership with First Payment International and uniCenta. Our SPIn (Secure Payment Integration)
October 2015 marked the Federally mandated transition date where all transaction data liability transferred from the bank to the merchant. Single instance breaches (1 customer transaction)
First Payment's partnership with DejaVoo Systems and their EMV Compliance certified terminals provides EMV Compliance ready solutions for any size merchant in the US. DejaVoo's credit card payment terminals offer the full range of payment, communications and connectivity options. Features and functionality these terminals provide depending on the model chosen by merchants include Tri-Comm capability with Wifi, IP and Dial enabled, Contactless to support Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Wallet, Visa payWave, Mastercard PayPass, in addition to TFT LCD with PCT touch screen for signature on the screen, loyalty support, and choice of handheld pay at the table or fixed countertop devices.
About First Payment International
FPi offers high-quality, fully-integrated business management suites, hardware, software, non-cash payment transactions, card machine payment-related products and payment gateway services to a broad spectrum of merchants and customers in the retail, restaurant, medical, municipality and banking industries. For more information about First Payment International, visit www.first-payment-
uniCenta is renowned for its award winning Point of Sale (POS) solution uniCenta oPOS. With a worldwide user base supporting businesses ranging from manufacturing to retail to restaurants to convenience stores, uniCenta has become one of the most versatile POS providers in the global marketplace. For more information about uniCenta oPOS visit unicenta.com
About Dejavoo Systems
Dejavoo Systems is a US and Canada value added reseller and a developer of next generation point-of- sale (POS) devices targeting desktop and handheld wireless POS terminals and secure applications, related programs, systems and services. Dejavoo considers transaction switching, processing and value added services as its core and necessary components in its goal to provide ISO's and Merchants with an improved cost effective, and revenue generating solutions. Dejavoo Systems is a comprehensive, end-to- end electronic payment provider build on 20 years experience of its management in the Western Hemisphere territory. Our unrivaled and on-going connectivity enables our customers to rethink transactions for today and be innovative with tomorrow's technology. For more information about Dejavoo Systems, visit www.dejavoosystems.com
Source: Company press release.
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