Ingenico and FreedomPay Power the Most Secure Transactions With EMV & NFC Capabilities

Posted September 16, 2013

Ingenico iPP350 Payment TerminalIngenico and FreedomPay have announced their partnership and the certification of the innovative Telium2 series point-of-sale (POS) payment devices. The integration extends to Ingenico’s retail base application (RBA) and its innovative hardware, including iSC250 Signature Capture terminal and iPP350 PIN Pad devices. The newly supported Ingenico RBA software-powered devices will accept magnetic stripe and EMV chip-card payments, as well as NFC-based transactions, enabling tap-and-go mobile payments. Ingenico devices will be integrated and connect to the FreedomPay Commerce Platform, a cloud-based smart technology gateway, that supports true point-to-point encryption (P2PE), instantly reducing merchants’ scope for the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance and giving merchants a path to future payment system expansion.

“Partnering with Ingenico gives our customers access to state-of-the-art devices and Ingenico’s customers access to payments innovations including mobile payments, incentive management, business intelligence dashboards and more. Our goal is to work closely with the Ingenico team to continue to bring secure, innovative solutions to our joint customers,” said Tom Durovsik, CEO of FreedomPay.

Leveraging their powerful secure transaction encryption technologies — Ingenico’s On-Guard and the FreedomPay Commerce Platform, the two companies have designed the first to market SRED-certified payment processing solution with a fully certified point-to-point encryption transaction platform. It seamlessly connects all major North American acquirers to point-of-sale (POS) devices. The benefit to merchants is the ultimate cardholder’s data security and the peace of mind, knowing their POS systems and connected networks are 100% out of scope for (PCI DSS).

“As the top solutions provider, Ingenico is always looking for innovative ways to maximize and enhance its offerings,” said Thierry Denis, President of Ingenico, North America. “Combining our Telium-based devices with FreedomPay’s advanced commerce platform enable merchants to address their P2PE concerns, get ready for EMV adoption, broader payment, loyalty and customer engagement innovations.”

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