VeriFone Systems and XPIENT Solutions have announced the integration of VeriFone’s customer-engagement acceptance systems with XPIENT’s IRIS point-of-sale (POS) software to provide intuitive ordering and payment solutions for the quick service and fast casual restaurant segments.
By utilising IRIS integrated with VeriFone’s customer-facing payment acceptance systems, restaurant operators will be able to improve efficiency and provide patrons with an engaging and convenient experience. With VeriFone’s VeriShield Protect encryption technology and EMV-capable acceptance systems, restaurants will be prepared to adapt to changing security mandates and the upcoming liability shift accompanying implementation of EMV requirements.
“Utilising VeriFone systems with XPIENT IRIS provides an enhanced service for patrons and fully secure payment acceptance solution for restaurant operators,” said XPIENT President and CEO Christopher Sebes.
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