Pivotal Payments and Ingenico have announced that Pivotal Payments has successfully certified its branded FlexPoint integrated software to the Ingenico Telium iCT series terminals for its Canadian processing platform.
Ingenico’s Telium line was chosen by Pivotal Payments based on its reliability, security and performance. The point of sale terminals are compatible with chip and PIN EMV cards, and they are also NFC-enabled to accept contactless payments.
“Our strategic partnership with Ingenico gives us the ability to meet the rapidly evolving technology needs of our clients,” said Philip Fayer, president and CEO of Pivotal Payments. “By certifying Ingenico’s terminals to run FlexPoint in Canada, we’re showing our commitment to supplying our merchants and partners with one of the most innovative hardware and software combinations presently available.”
“We’re excited to partner with a company that shares our vision for innovation and furthering advancements in the Canadian payments industry,” said David Chaudhari managing director of Ingenico Canada. “Merchants can be confident in selecting our market-proven payment solutions along with Pivotal Payments’ FlexPoint software to help them with their payment acceptance needs, now and well into the future.”
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