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LAS VEGAS -- VeriFone Holdings Inc. introduced PAYware SIM, providing a single interface to securely integrate Windows-based point-of-sale (POS) systems with VeriFone’s secure payment software solutions and consumer activated acceptance devices, the company reported.
The developer tool isolates sensitive cardholder data from the POS application, and is designed to greatly reduce the complexity and associated costs of achieving compliance with PCI and PA DSS requirements, VeriFone stated.
"PAYware SIM makes it really simple for us to integrate our Windows-based applications with VeriFone devices for our clients," said Keith Pascal, president of 12:51:58, a provider of POS solutions for the global restaurant retail industry. "It is simple to execute, simple to manage and a great implementation tool. It also makes it easy to train people on our integrated systems so we can deploy them remotely."
PAYware SIM enables POS developers to support VeriFone software-based payment solutions, including IPCharge, PAYware Transact, PAYware PC and PCCharge, and to accommodate card acceptance solutions including the PINpad 1000SE, the MX800 Series and the Vx 810, according to the company.
PAYware SIM is available in late April and will be shipped with PAYware Development Kits directly from VeriFone.
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