FPi - First Payment International announced today it's PCI/EMV compliant card payment solution with uniCenta oPOS. Available as a plugin it comes as standard with all DejaVoo hardware and is also available through FPi's future add-on marketplace.
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Jack Gerrard, uniCenta Founder is excited to be working with First Payment International and is looking forward to becoming the premier PCI/EMV compliant Point Of Sale solution for all Small to Medium sized merchants in the USA.
J Carlos Ruiz, CEO of First Payment International added, "I'm extremely proud to be working together with uniCenta to bring an easy, and user friendly, PCI/EMV compliant solution to our customers in the US"
"The FPi/uniCenta oPOS solution is a win/win/win for everyone in this space.
Our robust functionality, PCI/EMV compliance, our GoGreen electronic receipt option and NFC Contactless ApplePay, Google Wallet and Samsung Pay is second-to-none"
About First Payment International
FPi offers high-quality, fully-integrated business management suites, hardware, software, non-cash payment transactions, card machine payment-related products and payment gateway services to a broad spectrum of merchants and customers in the retail, restaurant, medical, municipality and banking industries. For more information about First Payment International, visit www.first-payment-int.com.
uniCenta is renowned for its award winning Point of Sale (POS) solution uniCenta oPOS. With a worldwide user base supporting businesses ranging from manufacturing to retail to restaurants to convenience stores, uniCenta has become one of the most versatile POS providers in the global marketplace. For more information about uniCenta oPOS visit unicenta.com.
On February 1, 2018, businesses in the USA are required to implement a PCI/ EMV compliant solution This article confirms the February 1st deadline.
• The new requirements introduced in PCI DSS will be considered best practices until January 31, 2018. Starting February 1, 2018, they are effective as requirements. https://blog.pcisecuritystandards.org/preparing-for-pci-dss-key-dates.