VeriFone has entered a partnership agreement with Tunisian payments company, MS Solutions, broadening the distribution and support of VeriFone products—particularly the VX line of NFC-enabled payment terminals and PIN pads—in Tunisia as well as Libya.
MS Solutions is a major payment technology provider and consultant in Tunisia and will supply telecom providers, banks and government agencies in Tunisia and neighbouring Libya with the VX line of products from VeriFone as well as deployment, maintenance and repair services.
The VX platform includes NFC-enabled portable and countertop payment terminals and PIN pads featuring powerful processors and expandable memory that handle encryption, decryption and processing at lightning speeds.
“As the leading provider of payment and security solutions in Tunisia, MS Solutions is a strong partner that will broaden the distribution of VeriFone technologies and solutions in North Africa, ensuring that merchants in the region experience the full benefits of our VX payment technology portfolio,” said Ozgur Ozvardar, general manager, VeriFone.
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