Verifone has added another gizmo to its mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) portfolio. The new Verifone e265 offers independent and micro merchants the flexibility to accept all major payment types and integrate with smart devices for value-added commerce capabilities.
Driven by EMV and Apple Pay-related sales, Verifone reported net earnings rose 23% in the fourth quarter (4Q/15) ending October 31st. Net revenues for the quarter rose 4.7% year-on-year (YOY)
Verifone has expanded its taxi and car-for-hire electronic hailing (e-hail), payment and media business with the acquisition of Curb, a business that connects people in approximately 60 U.S. cities with rides from professional, insured, and fully-licensed taxi drivers. Using Curb’s e-hail app, passengers take more than 100,000 rides each month.
P97 Networks says its P97’s PetroZone Mobile Commerce and Digital Marketing Platform has been certified to integrate with Verifone’s cloud-based POS and site management software solutions”providing gas stations and convenience stores a combined, fully integrated solution for mobile payment acceptance in-store and at the pump.
Verifone has been approved by JCB to support J/Speedy v1.3 “making Verifone’s merchant clients the first to be able to accept this latest version of the contactless EMV payment program used by JCB cardholders.
Verifone’s Commander Site Controller and Ruby2 POS solutions have been selected by The Fikes Companies for deployment across its entire chain of CEFCO Convenience Stores.
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Verifone and Aava Mobile have unleashed the first handheld mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution powered by Intel to deliver a flexible, long-lasting EMV-ready mPOS solution for enterprise retailers.
Moneris Solutions has inked EMV certification of Verifone’s line of unattended payment devices. With this certification, merchants can now adopt a secure unattended payment solution that can be deployed quickly and easily to ensure they are ready for EMV and NFC payment acceptance.
One of Chile’s largest payment processing networks – Multicaja – has begun deploying Verifone’s 3G wireless payment terminal solution to enable merchants throughout Chile to enhance the consumer experience by securely accepting all forms of payment from beyond the counter”in any retail environment.
Australia’s Westpac Banking will be the first bank in Asia Pacific to deploy Verfone’s new handheld EMV and NFC-enabled terminal solution that is fully supported with payment services.
Verifone will be among the first to enable clients to accept rewards and loyalty information in addition to NFC payments at the terminal via Apple Pay.