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Glasgow car parks migrate to Chip and PIN

11 November 2008  |  1335 views  |  0 Source: CreditCall

Market leading credit and debit card payment specialists CreditCall, are pleased to be providing credit and debit card payment services to the City of Glasgow for their recently upgraded car parks.

The city's five largest car parks operated by City Parking (Glasgow) LLP, feature new SkiData Pay-on-Foot parking machines, all equipped with CreditCall's secure credit and debit card payment system. The new paystations which went live during September 2008 all use full Chip and PIN authentication for each transaction.

Following a review of the Council's security requirements for access to their network, over which transaction data would be passing, CreditCall promptly developed, tested and delivered an alternative solution based on additional servers in secure locations in Glasgow.

City Parking (Glasgow) LLP's Operations Manager, Wayne Myrden said, "Equipping the City's major car parks for card payment has been a complex project with several parties involved. CreditCall were approachable and quick to respond - they engineered a reliable solution that is meeting our needs perfectly."


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