International card payment processor PXP Solutions and Maestro PMS announced general availability and implementation of a new EMV automated Chip and PIN approval interface.
The interface enables Maestro PMS hotel management software clients that use, or wish to use, PXP services to accept and automatically process guest Chip and PIN cards for more efficient guest service.
PXP’s payment technology is used by over 2,000 merchant locations in 27 countries worldwide. Its customers, mainly from retail and hospitality sectors, include many respected names such as Urban Outfitters, Millennium Hotels & Resorts, Rocco Forte Hotels, Intercontinental Hotels & Resorts and Thomson Cruises. Maestro hotel management software is the preferred property management system (PMS) of leading independent hotels, resorts, condos and multi-property groups. Click here for more information on how to reserve, engage and socialize with Maestro PMS.
Franco Del Basso, PXP Director and Head of Sales, said, “This partnership provides Maestro PMS clients with payment capabilities that complement the experience they provide their customers and ensures security and reliability. We look forward to a close partnership with Maestro PMS and are very pleased to add Maestro PMS to our portfolio of technology partners.”
“The new interface partnership with PXP enables our Maestro UK-based client hotels to simplify and expand secure Chip and PIN EMV payment card services,” said Warren Dehan, President of Maestro PMS. “This important interface extends the EMV capabilities we brought to our North American clients last year. Our tightly integrated EMV hotel management software processing capability with PXP solidifies our clients’ future for secure payment processing.”
The Maestro Enterprise Property Management hotel management software suite includes 20+ integrated modules for independent multi-property groups that provide flexible, robust functionality and hotel management controls to engage guests and streamline operations.
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