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AUSTIN, Texas -- Fuel dispenser and technology provider Dresser Wayne received approval of the iX Pay Secure Payment upgrade kits for Shell retailers in the United States.
Independently owned Shell outlets can now upgrade fuel dispensers to the latest PCI security requirements using the Shell Technology Incentive Program (TIP) program. The program provides station owners a rebate tied to fuel sales. It has been extended through the first quarter of 2010 and assists retailers with updates that help protect customer card data.
Dresser Wayne recently completed the rigorous Shell beta testing phase that helps ensure the iX Pay Secure Payment solution works seamlessly with Shell's payment network and point-of-sale systems.
"This incentive program speaks volumes about Shell's commitment to protecting motorists from credit and debit card fraud," said Tim Weston, product manager for payment systems at Dresser Wayne. "Shell retailers need a payment system that offers strong security today and upgradability to future standards."
Created specifically for installed Ovation, Vista and Tokheim Premier dispensers, the upgrade kits feature a refreshed user interface. Available now, the kits are designed to be upgradeable to meet future security requirements. Their design can support Shell's migration to Triple-DES encryption.
The iX Pay Secure Payment terminal was the first device certified to the Version 2.0 security standard for PCI Encrypting PIN Pad (EPP) Security Requirements.
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