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A POS System for Your Business Needs

Posted January 2, 2018

When it comes to the Point of Sale market there are a variety of options. Each have their own specific advantages. To better help you decide which POS system is best suited for your business needs here are some options.

Mobile POS

With wireless mobile POS systems your business will have more competitive solutions to surpass their operational constraints. You’ll be able to process payments, manage some inventory, and mange customer information. Pair it with a mobile receipt printer to truly go mobile.

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Tablet POS

Tablets are becoming a popular solution when it comes to point of sale. Tablets come in many sizes and have a wide variety of features. Many have the ability to support hardeware such as tablet stands, barcode readers, cash drawers, tablet barcode scanners or a companion barcode scanners

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POS Terminal System

The Point of Sale Terminal Systems are the most common. These are types most people use at counter in various applications. They include everything you’ll need to get started with POS in your business. There are systems specifically designed for retail, restaurant, bar, grocery, salon, and iPad based. Each system will provide the most efficient and productive POS experience for your business and your customers.

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To learn more about Point of Sale options and applications please click here.

For any questions or a quote on any of your POS needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.

 


Black Friday Shows an Uptick in EMV Usage

Posted November 29, 2017

black friday in-store payment methodsThe uptick in EMV usage has increased yet again since 2015’s liability shift. Of the credit card transactions made on Black Friday this year chip-on-chip usage went up from 55% in 2016 to 73% this year, according to Cayan. Magnetic Stripe usage went down from 34% to 18%. This is a good sign as this will likely continue the decline of in-store card fraud because of the safety that chip cards provide.

It’s clear that EMV is here to stay and something that should be included in any standard POS Terminals. Not having an EMV POS terminal could risk the loss of potential clients. See below for some options on EMV equipped POS terminals.

 

UICPP791

pp791

  • Versatile Payment PIN Pad
  • Integrated Magnetic stripe, IC card reader and Contactless reader (NFC ready)
  • Ethernet or Wifi+Bluetooth Integrated
  • High Performance and Security
  • EMV Level 1 & Level 2, PCI 3.1 and TQM

IngenicoiPP350

ipp350

  • Plug and play, PIN and pay
  • Secure and easy to install
  • EMV Smart Card Reader
  • Compact design
  • Flexible connectivity
  • Comprehensive services

MagTekeDynamo

edynamo

  • Secure card reader authenticator for Magstripe and EMV
  • USB or wireless Bluetooth connectivity
  • Ergonomic design simplifies card swiping
  • No cable to interfere with reader grip
  • Over 1000 card swipes between charge
  • Triple DES encryption, DUKPT key management, Tokenization, Authentication, Dynamic Data
  • Built-in lanyard attachment
  • For use with iPhone, iPad, Android, or Windows devices.

For any questions or a quote on any of your POS needs contact us at Barcodes, Inc.


3 Reasons to Upgrade to EMV Now

Posted October 8, 2015

With the official October 1st EMV compliance date behind us, there are still many retailers that have not made the needed changes to properly process EMV enabled cards. Almost all banks and credit card companies have issued chip-embedded cards to their customers in time for the busy holiday shopping season so it really begs the question what are the real advantages to making the EMV switch.

  1. Fighting Fraud – Chip cards generate a one-time code with every transaction making it nearly impossible to create counterfeit cards for use in stores.As the EU has completed its migration to EMV acceptance, the region has seen an 80% reduction in credit card fraud while the US has witnessed a 47% increase
  2. Lower Chargebacks – Beginning October 1, 2015, new network rules mean merchants are more likely to be financially liable for fraud, lost/stolen transactions at their in-store locations without EMV compliance. In 2015 that liability in the United States is estimated to total more than $10 billion.
  3. Customer Peace of Mind – Customers are more than likely to shop at stores where they feel their information is safe. It only takes once to lose the customers trust and it is very difficult to get it back.

Two of the easiest solutions to become EMV compliant is simply upgrading your current payment terminals to EMV enabled ones like the Ingenico ISC250 and iPP350. Updating is an easy process and one of our Payment Processing specialists can help you find the right device for a hassle free update. Contact us today to get EMV compliant.


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.

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