To effectively safeguard their brands and customers against data breaches, merchants must implement EMV as part of a multi-layered security strategy that incorporates end-to-end encryption and tokenization.
The Digital Screenmedia Association recently announced the winners of its fourth annual DSA Crown Awards, which recognize excellence in digital out-of-home content — and this week we're taking a closer look at another one of the winners.
The Uber-esque service comes from Verifone, the company that does credit card processing for 90 percent of Philly cabs.
Verifone has announced the global availability of its secure commerce architecture, designed to significantly reduce merchant exposure to large-scale data breaches, and reduce the certification burden on U.S. merchants, acquirers and other payment providers looking to enable EMV acceptance.
Verifone has launched its new brand identity around the world. The brand represents a new Verifone that is driving the future of commerce in a rapidly evolving digital world where electronic payments, commerce and mobility are converging.
Verifone is testing a program with MasterCard to feed payment-card-linked offers to a captive audience of taxi passengers in Las Vegas, Chain Store Age reported.
Verifone announced recently that its complete Payment as a Service solution has been selected by Turkish Airlines to meet the needs of its 6,000 ticketing offices and agencies.
Verifone is changing its logo and marketing to signal the many pivots it is making to provide a broader range of services to merchants that must embrace mobile and digital technology to stay relevant.
Verifone Systems Inc. (PAY) Chief Executive Officer Paul Galant said he’s spent his first year at the helm streamlining operations at the maker of credit-card readers, which had previously expanded through acquisitions.
This week, Verifone and MasterCard provide Las Vegas taxi cab passengers with card-linked offers. The program runs from November 2-6 in conjunction with Money 20/20, a leading global event for innovations in money.
Apple enters the mobile wallet world in a stronger position than most of its rivals, largely because it sought the support of card networks and banks before the first Apple Pay transaction ever took place.
Fuel retailers may shudder at the potential costs of upgrading gas pumps for EMV chip-based card acceptance, but they are a prime target for vendors offering secure mobile payments and deeper fraud-screening analytics.
As VeriFone looks out over the next decade in payments, it sees a world where terminals are as relevant as they are right now – with one big difference.
VeriFone is planning to test taxi technology that links payments, marketing and special offers delivered to riders.
Verifone and Creative Mobile Technologies are collaborating to remove a major barrier for the taxi rider who wants to use a smartphone to pay, but has the wrong app.
Taxi applications RideLinQ and Way2ride have joined forces to provide what they refer to as an improved payment experience for passengers.
Epic Lanka was honored as the innovative solutions partner by Verifone Inc. in its prestigious Partner’s Forum held recently in Vietnam.
Panera Bread has announced an integration with Apple Pay, an easy, secure and private way to make purchases.
Verifone Systems Inc. (PAY:US) rose to the highest price since June after Apple Inc. (AAPL:US) said its new iPhone will feature mobile payments, helping drive demand for Verifone’s in-store technology.
RideLinQ® and Way2ride®, developed by the industry experts who brought credit card technology in taxicabs into everyday use, heralded a new era of convenience for taxi riders.
VeriFone Systems Inc. rose to the highest price since June after Apple Inc. said its new iPhone will feature mobile payments, helping drive demand for VeriFone’s in-store technology.
Verifone is developing a number of uses for the video screens on its point of sale terminals, which can display advertising and other content.
It’s a good time to be a point-of-sale terminal maker when all of your customers have to go through the payments equivalent of abandoning the horse and buggy and jumping into an automobile.
The new ship also will leverage a mobile, cloud-based point-of-sale system powered by sleek Dell Venue 8 Pro tablets featuring the Verifone payment sleeve, which includes bar code reader and RFID reader.
Gilbarco Veeder-Root and Verifone Systems today announced they are partnering to offer forecourt payment products and to create the largest at-pump interactive digital media network worldwide.
The new ship will use a point-of-sale system, powered by Verifone, that will enable crew members to take credit card payments, scan bar codes and read RFID tags.
Verifone Systems has unveiled two EMV-ready payment terminals from VX Evolution, its latest line of portable and countertop terminals.
Verifone Systems and retail petroleum technology company Gilbarco Veeder-Root hope to entice customers to pay electronically at the gas pump.
Our first Technology Projects of the Year awards focus on the teamwork and collaboration needed to get a technology project off the ground.
The winners show that from the smallest of start-ups to the largest of lenders, the innovative spirit is strong in the global financial markets.
POS maker Verifone has expanded its Way2Ride mobile payments service to Philadelphia, allowing taxi users in the US city to pay for their journey using a sound-based proximity mobile communications technology.
Verifone Systems Inc. today announced taxi passengers in Philadelphia can now use Way2ride, Verifone's sound-based mobile app for proximity payments, to pay for taxi rides with a tap of their smartphones, according to a press release.
Verifone Systems in association with International Turnkey Systems Group (ITS) has introduced two EMV-ready payment terminals from VX Evolution—portable and countertop terminals— in Saudi Arabia.
There’s nothing like a payments or consumer data breach to make the news and raise consumer’s fears about the security of their sensitive information.
From retailers to healthcare providers, banks and K–12 school systems, SMBs seemingly have their heads in the cloud.
Security can be difficult to improve at gas stations because payment hardware is built into the pumps, making it costly and difficult to upgrade. First Data and Verifone are teaming up to overcome this challenge.
Jeff Wakefield, VP of business development and strategic initiatives at Verifone, gets a frontrow seat to see some of the world’s leading retailers’ mobile POS deployments. We had a few questions for him, and true to form, he gave us some great answers.
This month Transaction World editor-in-chief Jim Osterman sits down with Erik Vlugt.
The Visa Ready Program approved five devices in Verifone Systems Inc.'s PAYware Mobile line of EMV-enabled mobile point-of-sale devices.
Company implements innovative new technology to blur the lines between physical retail, e-commerce
Verifone Systems, Inc. is partnering with Xpient Solutions to provide payment-as-a-service (PaaS) solution for quick service restaurant (QSR) and fast-casual dining markets.
Verifone was selected by the MPE Awards Committee for its portfolio of PAYware Mobile solutions that transform smartphones and tablets into completely secure mPOS devices that can accept payments from traditional mag-stripe cards as well as EMV (chip and PIN) cards.
As recent events demonstrate, the magnetic stripe-based payment cards used by the vast majority of U.S. retailers, banks, payment processors and card issuers are vulnerable to fraud
Handelsbanken is moving into the mPOS business, hawking Verifone-built chip and PIN card readers to Sweden's micro merchants.
When it comes to testing hardware and software and training staff, the chip card deadline is a lot closer than it looks. Merchants should start getting ready now.
Canadian debit and credit card processor Moneris will use countertop devices from Verifone that are designed to accept and secure a variety of electronic payments.
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