VeriFone Systems, Inc. has announced that its MX 915 and MX 925 consumer-facing, multi-media payment terminals have been certified by Toshiba Global Commerce Solutions, Inc., for use and support with Toshiba’s SurePOS Application Client/Server Environment (ACE) software.
SurePOS ACE software is used at the point of sale by retail grocers and other retailers in the U.S.
“Toshiba represents the largest percentage of installed POS systems, and the VeriFone MX product line is the de facto standard in retail card acceptance, as it is used by 19 of the top 20 supermarkets in the U.S.,” said Joe Mach, senior vice president and general manager of Vertical Solutions for VeriFone. “Retailers that use Toshiba SurePOS ACE now have the option to seamlessly integrate the MX 915 and MX 925 to help further increase customer satisfaction, speed checkout lanes, reduce costs and help drive new revenue. Helping retailers expand commerce in such a way demonstrates the flexibility of the MX solution for use in any retail environment.”
VeriFone works with partners and retailers to integrate new payment technology and meet the ever changing needs of consumers. The VeriFone MX 900 Series of payment terminals, are NFC-enabled, they support EMV-approved chip and PIN payments and also provide an enhanced customer experience at the point of sale.
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