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GREENSBORO, N.C. -- As the Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards deadline nears, Heartland Payment Systems for CITGO, Marathon and unbranded customers, along with RBS WorldPay, approved Passport with PA-DSS point-of-sale (POS) system software for their retailers. These operators join BP, Chevron, Concord (Gulf, Sinclair, Sunoco, Valero and unbranded), ExxonMobil, NBS/Cenex and Shell applications.
"Even though we operate sites with different brands and networks, it is important to us to manage our business as a whole with common strategy from our headquarters. Passport gives us the same core functions across all our sites, regardless of network," said Leah Taylor, president of Cumberland Lake Inc., based in Somerset, Ky. "Passport was our logical choice for upgrading to PA-DSS from G-SITE. With Marathon's certification of Passport, we are ready to complete the upgrades in our Marathon sites as we have already done with our Shell locations."
Passport systems are being installed across the country as retailers approach the July 1 PCI compliance deadlines to replace POS systems that do not meet PCI requirements. The PCI Security Standards Council has validated Gilbarco Veeder-Root's Enhanced Dispenser Hub, included with Passport V8.02 and V8.03, as compliant with the Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS).
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