VA-based Canvas has teamed with PayPal to enable businesses to seamlessly collect payment within any Canvas business app – helping businesses create customized payment processes and unlock the full value of mobile transaction data.
Hypercom has previewed its “IntelliNAC” high-density, multi-function POS network access controller to speed transactions for financial institutions, retailers, service providers and other high traffic transaction-oriented entities. It builds on Hypercomâs industry-leading networking technology that is considered the platinum standard for modern, high performance transaction networks globally and routes billions of transactions daily for hundreds of financial institutions around the world. The “IntelliNAC” enables network owners to control end-to-end transaction transport on their own, thus eliminating the need to employ multiple third party vendors. It also uses Secure Socket Layer to encrypt and transmit transactions virtually instantaneously.
Check approver CrossCheck has given 4Access Communications Class A
certification and support for the “Orion” all-in-one check reader,
imager and card solution. “Orion” is a comprehensive payment processing
terminal that reads and
images checks, and has applications for handling credit, gift, and
loyalty cards. Orionâs unique check recognition technology integrates
MICR reading with optical character recognition in real-time to produce
the most accurate check read possible. Class A
certification means that CrossCheck now provides full support for the
terminal along with a set of check and card software applications. These
applications support authorizations through CrossCheckâs host for
electronic check conversion services.
GIRO BankkÃÂ¡rtya Zrt (GBC) has launched new POS terminal services for all
acquirer banks and merchants present in the domestic market. GBC
extends its portfolio with new POS-related services that
include software development, terminal installation, service and
maintenance, merchant management, a 24hr help desk and terminal
handling, transaction processing and
clearing. The SIA-SSB subsidiary operates its own terminal management
system with substantial cost saving implications for the clients by
software and parameter download options into the POS terminals. In
addition, the in-house POS software development activity covers the
banking, mobile top-up and other value-added functions as well.
GBC’s comprehensive solution will be provided to current and prospective
clients in Hungary and will be extended, in the near future, also to
other Central and Eastern European countries, among which Romania,
Croatia, Slovenia, Slovakia and Czech Republic.
Comdata Processing Systems is now offering the “Orion” payment terminal to its merchant customers. Comdata has given the terminal a “Class A” certification. “Orion” is a comprehensive payment processing terminal that reads and images checks and has applications for handling credit, gift, and loyalty cards. Orion’s unique recognition technology integrates MICR with optical character recognition in real-time to produce highly accurate check-reads. The “Orion” device is from 4Access Communications.
NJ-based United Bank Card payment processor/merchant acquirer has deployed the 4Access “Orion” check reader/imager/card solution. The deployment of the “Orion” compact payment processing terminal offers an integrated solution for the bank’s merchant clients that facilitates processing for both checks and payment cards. This technology integrates MICR with optical character recognition to ensure accuracy. United Bank Card payment processor processes merchant accounts in 75,000 locations in excess of 6 billion dollars annually while IL-based 4Access Communications provides POS software and hardware to organizations across the country.
KY-based National Processing Company is expanding its use of the “Orion” all-in-one payment terminal by 4Access Communications, now offering the Orion through its NPC unit . Orion is a comprehensive payment processing terminal that reads and images checks, and has applications for handling credit, gift, and loyalty cards. Orion’s recognition technology integrates MICR with optical character recognition in real-time to produce the most accurate check read possible. It securely transfers the check images to the 4Access Archive and Retrieval System via IP or dial access. 4Access also provides a Web-hosted Configuration Server to manage Orion terminal configurations. NPC is a provider of payment processing services exclusively focused on small and medium sized merchants in the United States, and the leading merchant acquirer focused on the ISO segment. 4Access Communications,is a provider of point-of-transaction software and hardware
Hypercom has unveiled a new version of its “PCI PED” certified “P1300 PIN Pad.” The new “PV1310” handheld PIN entry device features a vendor-agnostic architecture that enables easy integration with non-Hypercom card payment terminals. The new device enables retailers to quickly add high security PCI certified PIN-based payments to their legacy systems without upgrading their entire terminal infrastructure. Key features of the new device include “Triple DES” encryption and “DUKPT” key; tamper-proof construction; flexible ergonomic design; large hard-rubber keys; and an alphanumeric LCD screen with two-line high-contrast display. The “Hypercom PV1310” is expected to be available for volume shipments starting in September.
OMEGA Processing Solutions has Class A certified and launched the “Orion” all-in-one check reader, imager and card solution from 4Access Communications Company. The “Orion” from 4Access Communications is a comprehensive, stand-alone solution for reading and processing checks, credit cards, debit cards, loyalty cards, EBT cards and gift cards. Other services provided by 4Access Communications include the Web-based “Archive and Retrieval System” and the “Terminal Configuration Server.”
Houston-based Retriever Payment Systems has agreed to “Class A” certify and launch the “Orion” all-in-one check reader, imager and card solution from 4Access Communications Company. Orion is a comprehensive, stand-alone solution for reading and processing checks, credit cards, debit cards, loyalty cards, EBT cards and gift cards. Retriever is one of the fastest growing U.S. merchant acquirers and transaction processors, providing payment processing and other related services to small- and medium-sized merchants for credit card, debit card and other payment transactions. 4Access Communications produces point-of-transaction software and hardware.
Hypercom has unveiled the first high-security palm-sized 32-bit wireless credit/debit terminal with signature capture touch screen. The new “Optimum M4100 Blade” weighs 7.1 ounces and measuring 4.9 inches long, 2.7 inches wide, and 1.15 inches deep. It is also Wi-Fi, GPRS and Bluetooth-equipped. An optional clip-on printer with speeds of 12 lines per second (lps), delivering 100 two-receipt transactions per reloadable packet is also available. Additionally, it offers easy recharging and dial back-up by simply plugging into any wall socket or optional docking station with optional communication modules for downloads and transaction back-up via V.90 modem or Ethernet.
Coinamatic, Canada’s largest multi-housing laundry route operator, has agreed to purchase Hypercom’s new “T7Plus” credit/debit card terminals for use with their “SmartCity” smart card platform. The Hypercom terminals will be integrated into Coinamatic’s “SmartCity Card Reload Centre” kiosks and installed in or near the buildings where Coinamatic supplies smart card-activated laundry, parking and vending equipment as well as access control devices. Coinamatic has issued over 450,000 reloadable smart cards. Hypercom’s “T7Plus” terminals are the newest generation of the company’s 3-million-selling T7 series of point-of-sale devices with integrated printers.