VeriFone Systems has announced that payment processor WorldPay has completed compatibility certification of the VeriFone VX 520 countertop payment system and contracted to bring the NFC and EMV capabilities of those systems to new and existing merchants.
Under terms of the strategic agreement, WorldPay will also offer a secure audio card-reader version of VeriFone’s PAYware Mobile for small merchant mobile payments using smartphones, tablets and other smart devices.
“WorldPay and VeriFone have a long history of supplying merchants with trusted payment solutions,” said Patti Newcomer, chief marketing officer for WorldPay US. “We have established a preferred supplier relationship over the years to provide merchants with the best payment solutions available combining WorldPay’s lightning fast processing speeds and unbeatable service with VeriFone’s industry leading payments technology and security.”
“VeriFone and WorldPay collaborate in crucial areas to deliver the right payment solutions to merchants, including core countertop card acceptance systems, end-to-end encryption of payment data, and the latest in mobile payment options,” said Jennifer Miles, president of VeriFone Americas. “The two companies team up to deliver payment solutions to merchants that ensure their customers experience a satisfactory purchasing experience.”
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