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    Jordan Oil Speeds Transactions with Precidia

    The company deployed POSLynx220 payment router to connect existing payment terminals, check readers and ATMs to an IP Network.

    OTTOWA, Canada -- Jordon Oil deployed Precidia Technologies Inc.'s POSLynx220 product in its Hot Spots convenience stores throughout the southeastern United States. The POSLynx220 payment router, which features two dial and two serial ports, has helped Jordan Oil connect existing payment terminals, check readers and ATMs to an IP network, the company reported.

    Benefits include faster transactions, simplified remote management of store equipment, and enhanced security.

    "Efficient customer service is our most important objective," said Rollin Tillie, IT specialist at Jordon Oil. "The faster the line moves, the more people you can serve. Our transactions have been reduced from more than 15 seconds to under five. With stores serving an average of 1500 customers a day, this results in a significant time savings at the checkout. What's more, we've gained management tools with NetVu that we could not get anywhere else: active management and alerts, remote configuration and proven security."

    The reduction in transaction authorization time is just one of several benefits merchants can achieve with the POSLynx220, according to Deepak Wanner, president of Precedia.

    "There is the cost savings of eliminating dedicated dial lines as well as the foregone cost of upgrading to new equipment," he explained. "The POSLynx220 also addresses a growing concern amongst merchants: security and PCI compliance management. Precidia's approach features SSL encryption, field-tested firewalling and password management."

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