ePort® Interac Flash provides debit card payment acceptance options for unattended retail customers using Canada’s First Contactless Debit Service
Lawlor continued, “At the same time, we believe it’s also impacting our
growth in the Canadian market. Since USAT became certified to accept
Interac bank cards in
The ePort G9 is a PCI-Compliant, Interac Flash compatible, two-piece card reader and telemetry system which we found, in a year-long study of 100,000 machines conducted in 2015, to contribute to an increase in average annual cashless sales in the unattended, self-serve retail market by as much as 28%. It supports both traditional magnetic stripe credit along with the newer, NFC technology found in contactless cards and mobile wallets. The hardware is supported by the full ePort Connect and Seed suite of services, providing one of the unattended retail industry’s first enterprise solutions.
Highlighted features include:
- Superior Data Protection: The G9 transmits strongly encrypted data to USALive, a PCI Level 1 compliant processor and service provider.
- Fast Transaction Processing: USAT’s high-speed wireless connection and state-of- the-art processing technology allows USAT hardware to achieve fast authorization response.
- Remote Management: Now that USALive and the Seed platform are an integrated platform, all machine and optimization data is available through USAT’s online portals, offering cloud-based sales information and health alerts for all connected machines, which subscribe to cashless payment and Seed logistics services.
- Cross-platform Compatibility: Provides seamless integration with all major VMS systems. The G9 telemeter is also available separately as an audit-only device.
- Comprehensive Service and Support: USAT ensures 24/7 support.
The ePort G9 with Interac Flash is available immediately.
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