Clearent Expands Quick Chip Technology to PAX Devices

Now software vendors can offer a seamless integration on multiple device lines while staying ahead of the curve when it comes to data security – it’s the perfect recipe for high merchant satisfaction and retention.

Today, Clearent is expanding its integrated payments solution for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) by offering Quick Chip technology for EMV on PAX devices. Last month, Clearent announced their Quick Chip technology for ISVs on Dejavoo’s line of POS terminals. Now, with more payment device options, ISVs can give their merchants greater flexibility when integrating payments. ISVs can offer their merchants a wide range of PAX devices, including the new PX series. These sleek terminals feature large color displays so merchants can showcase advertising campaigns while accepting a wide variety of payment types. Additionally, software vendors can offer retail and restaurant merchants PAX terminals that cater specifically to their industry with features like tokenization, tip at sale, tip adjust, sales tax and level II data.

Clearent’s semi-integrated EMV solution provides ISVs and developers with a turnkey payment integration that uses the latest security standards and technology, including Quick Chip. Through a simple integration, they get access to a scalable platform without having to deal with PCI compliance and EMV network certifications, which can be time-consuming and expensive. On top of that, merchants get a seamless payment experience in-store, online, and on-the-go. This gives software vendors time to focus on what’s most important: creating longer-lasting, profitable relationships and evolving their core product.

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