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Everything Your Business Needs To Know About EMV

Despite slow-moving adoption in the US, EMV technology has been widely adopted in other regions, such as Europe, Canada, Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East. The disparity in adoption rates can be attributed to the fact that businesses in the US were not incentivized to adopt EMV technology...

How Revel Protects Your Restaurant Against Data Breaches

Restaurant owners are replacing their bulky legacy systems for a sleek and feature-rich point of sale platform to streamline their operations and modernize their business. A major consideration behind the movement towards next generation point of sale platforms is security.

Get Your EMV On

Don’t leave your customers vulnerable to fraud! 70% of consumers now have chip-enabled cards, but only 22-37% of retailers are EMV-enabled¹. The process of becoming EMV-compliant can be confusing. There are several steps involved and many merchants aren’t aware of what EMV even means.

EMV - FAQs & Why it is Important?

Adjusting to a New Normal Like most Americans beginning last year (or even the year before), you probably started receiving new cards from your banks with the embedded chip on the front alongside a traditional and familiar magnetic stripe on the back. Your banks may have given a pamphlet or paper...

Key Highlights and Takeaways from FSTEC 2015

FSTEC 2015 was a hit! From gadget showcases to demos and speaker sessions, everyone from the foodservice industry benefitted from the major event. For those who couldn’t attend FSTEC 2015 in Washington D.C., have no fear because we have all the key takeaways and highlights here.

Why Your Business Needs to Get on the EMV Train

There are key changes that shouldn’t be overlooked for POS EMV card security, one being the new EMV standards for POS has taken place October 1, 2015. October 1 and U.S. merchants will need to be EMV compliant, accepting chips for payment. Failure to do so will result in credit card fraud liability...

Get Ready for EMV Chip Migration

EMV stands for “Europay, Mastercard, and Visa,” the original developers of the chip-based payment cards and terminals. Overseen and supported by numerous banks, merchants, processors, and industry stakeholders, EMV works to manage and maintain smart card payment standards. Over two billion EMV chip...

The Next Phase of POS

We’ve certainly come a long way from typewriter-like cash registers with pop-up prices; or inaccurate scanners that beep when they can’t read a barcode. Today’s POS systems offer a wide variety of features and functions that elevate even the smallest of businesses into the digital age. Making the...

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