PDQ Signature Systems, a Pennsylvania-based restaurant and QSR Point of Sale provider, now supports US EMV through virtually all US processors via Datacap’s integrated payments solutions.
As one of the first POS providers in the country to install EMV-enabled payments in August 2015, PDQ Signature Systems now has thousands of EMV-enabled merchants utilizing Datacap’s NETePay™ software.
PDQ Signature Systems’ out-of-scope, EMV-enabled payments integration supports all processors in the US through a growing list of EMV devices. With support for point to point encryption, tokenization and EMV, the restaurant-focused POS provider is able to deliver a robust security suite and peace of mind to each of their merchant customers.
Datacap Systems celebrates 32 years of successfully designing, manufacturing and marketing innovative integrated payment solutions. One simple interface allows Point of Sale developers to keep pace with evolving trends and payment industry standards, so they can spend development dollars on POS innovation rather than integrated payments.
Because the Company sells its products exclusively through authorized POS resellers, merchants receive high-end payment solutions coupled with top-tier installation, service and support.
For over 30 years, PDQ Signature Systems has been a leader in technology solutions and support. With a suite of acclaimed products and services that includes managed IT, iron-clad cyber-security, online e-Procurement and restaurant-based Point of Sale systems, thousands of customers in thousands of locations rely on Signature Systems to help grow their businesses.
The signature product—PDQ POS–has been consistently rated #1 for speed, reliability, security and accuracy. Touted as “the fastest POS on the planet,” our full-featured point of sale is also the easiest to learn and operate. PDQ POS comes with “PCI in a Box,” PCI compliant hardware and software and a data security package that protects a merchant’s entire environment from cyber-theft.
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