Certification enables Verifone to offer its commerce-enabling payment terminals in European markets
Las Vegas (Money 20/20 Booth #717) and Paris (CARTES Stand 4 L 004) – Verifone (NYSE: PAY) today announced that its MX 915 and MX 925 payment terminals have been granted SEPA Common Criteria certification by the Dutch Certification Body (NSCIB). This pan-European certification enables Verifone to provide European markets with its multi-media terminals, which can connect to Verifone’s commerce enablement platform.
In addition to supporting all types of payment methods, including NFC, Verifone’s MX 900 series features stunning digital color displays, high-speed graphic processors and large memory capacities that enable retailers to deliver targeted promotional content to consumers at the point of sale (POS). The MX series’ ability to enhance the customer experience at the POS while supporting all types of payments has made it exceptionally popular among well-known merchants and retailers in North America.
“We can now help clients in several European countries bolster their infrastructure with secure multi-media terminals that not only meet local certification schemes, but can also connect back to Verifone for automated security updates and delivery of targeted digital content that can help them improve customer loyalty and drive sales,” said June Felix, President of Europe for Verifone. “Certification of the MX 915 and 925 is a great example of Verifone’s commitment to solving payment challenges for clients. Due to the stringent evaluation process, these devices are among only a handful that have earned the pan-European certification.”
France, Poland, Germany and Spain are expected to be the first European countries to see rollouts of the MX 915 and 925.
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