VeriFone Systems has announced the introduction of two EMV-ready payment terminals to the Saudi Arabia market with its partner, International Turnkey Systems Group (ITS).
The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) and the central bank of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, have certified VeriFone’s VX 520 and the VX 675, the world’s smallest, full-function, wireless handheld payment device.
“VeriFone is committed to providing leading edge, certified terminal solutions to meet the needs of our clients in key markets,” said Bulent Ozayaz, president of Southern Europe, Russia, Middle East and Africa for VeriFone. “Working in partnership with ITS, we are able to continue to extend our global payments industry leadership into the Kingdom and ultimately throughout the region.”
“VeriFone’s advanced payment terminals provide the latest capabilities and most robust security to meet the needs of banks and merchants throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,” said Mohamed Nigm, Sector Service Manager of Saudi Arabia for ITS. “VeriFone solutions provide a wide range of communications options that meet the needs of virtually any merchant in the Saudi market.”
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