Mercury Payments Systems, a payments technology provider for small businesses, and Datacap Systems, an integrated payments middleware provider, have partnered up to complete a certified EMV-capable solution for Integrated Software Vendors (ISVs) and small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
The Datacap solution with Mercury is certified to the card brands for EMV, and includes card data encryption and tokenization in a version of NETePay now available for download.
“Small businesses face a variety of challenges implementing EMV and other security solutions. Now that our solution has been certified, it allows developers to quickly and easily implement with a merchant’s POS system and securely meet the EMV requirements,” said Matt Ozvat, vice president of developer integrations at Mercury.
Mercury will be discussing EMV and its other security offerings at this year’s Retail Solutions Providers Association (RSPA) trade show RetailNow, in Orlando, Fla., Aug. 2-5.
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