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CenPOS renews Verifone deal

10 May 2017  |  2455 views  |  0 Source: CePOS

Integrated payment services and gateway provider, CenPOS, purchased 5,000 Verifone MX 915 devices and is deploying point-to-point encryption and advanced data security to auto dealers of all sizes, higher-education, law firms, insurance, manufacturing and distribution.

CenPOS SECURE is a suite of solutions designed to remove sensitive cardholder data from software applications like the merchant’s primary ERP, POS, PMS, DMS, etc. The suite consists of point-to-point encryption, tokenization and encrypted virtual PIN Pads that protect software systems by securing data in-flight and at rest.

When using CenPOS SECURE, merchants can reduce the time requirement and scope of their PCI DSS assessments. The Verifone MX line of products encrypts data at the point of interaction and facilitates a robust shopping experience for the consumer that includes secure PIN entry and signature capture.

“Merchants have enjoyed the CenPOS omni-channel shopping experience and the security that comes from it for the last 8 years. Verifone’s platform was the right choice for CenPOS. Their team of professionals have worked well with CenPOS to incorporate the next level of data security into the solution,” said Christopher Justice, CEO of CenPOS. “We’re pleased with the collaboration and diligence of the technology teams to launch these advancements.”

The Verifone MX line of products provides solid capabilities at the point-of-sale. Its design and attractive styling deliver a comfortable checkout experience while the state-of-the art technology provides added security.

“As a global payments and commerce solutions provider, Verifone’s goal is to create a world-class platform capable of supporting the ingenuity that’s constantly shaping the future of commerce. In a shared effort with CenPOS, we work to bring the highest level of security to transactions,” said Joe Mach, President, Verifone North America.

CenPOS Secure protects card present, eCommerce, mobile, mail order/phone order, and portable device transactions at the point of interaction with multiple layers of security. Integrated into the merchant’s software applications, no sensitive data is ever processed nor stored by those applications eliminating them from the scope of PCI DSS. 

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