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    Dresser Wayne iX Introduces Pay Kits for the Pump

    The upgradeable solution can help fuel retailers meet regulatory requirements and protect motorists from fraud.

    AUSTIN, Texas -- Dresser Wayne introduced the iX Pay Secure Payment retrofit kits for Dresser Wayne and Tokheim fuel dispensers, which are PCI certified. The upgradeable kits help to protect motorists against payment card fraud and help fuel retailers protect their site investments, the company reported.

    Using the iX Pay Secure Payment retrofit kits, fuel retailers can bring dispensers into compliance with the stringent PCI EPP 2.0 payment security specification.

    "The recent PCI Encrypting PIN Pad payment security mandates are a critical issue for fuel retailers," said Tim Weston, product manager for payment technologies at Dresser Wayne. "Drawing on our leadership in outdoor payment, we have developed a solution that addresses payment security concerns and has been designed with upgradeability and serviceability features. This helps protect motorists and reduces the total cost of ownership for the retailer."

    Key benefits for fuel retailers include:

    Ability to meet regulatory requirements -- The solution seamlessly integrates into Dresser Wayne and Tokheim dispensers for a streamlined appearance, enhanced durability and efficient maintenance.

    Technology simplification and standardization -- It is designed to use the same payment components across dispenser model lines.

    Flexibility, modularity and upgradeability -- The modular design allows retailers to cost-effectively add new capabilities to meet future security regulations, and supports optional features, such as iX Media in-dispenser multimedia promotions that can help increase in-store sales.

    iX Pay Secure Payment retrofit kits for existing Dresser Wayne Ovation series dispensers are currently available for installation in the U.S. and Canada, and support for select Dresser Wayne Vista and Tokheim Premier dispensers is planned for mid-2009.

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