Integrated payment solutions firm AJB Software Design, has announced that it is a participating Payment Technology Provider in the Visa POS Solutions Program and has validated current versions of its payment processing suite.
“We’ve made it easy for large merchants to scale into key new payment standards and technologies,” said Pat Polillo, Vice President Sales and Marketing at AJB Software. “Whether it’s EMV, loyalty with real-time POS offer redemption, mobile wallets, or enhanced security & encryption, being first-to-market in this field can provide strong market advantage for our client community and we are constantly strengthening our partnerships with market leaders to bring innovative solutions to our merchants.” AJB’s participation in the Visa POS Solutions Program streamlines its ability to deliver Visa payment solutions to merchants of participating acquirers, including real-time offer redemption at the POS.
“Visa is very focused on supporting product innovation at the point of sale with the leading payment technology providers to help enable acquirers and their merchants of all sizes to benefit from new product development in electronic payments”, says Phil Kumnick, Head of Global Acquirer Processing for Visa Inc. “The Visa Point-of-Sale (POS) Solutions Program is designed to offer acquirers and their merchants access to the latest in Visa payment innovation, ranging from real-time merchant offers that are tailored to an enrolled consumer’s life style and shopping location, to encryption technology that Visa is developing to enhance transaction security.”
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