Technology/Services

Invenco and Verifone Cooperate for EMV

Payment terminals compatible with point-of-sale software
Invenco Verifone convenience stores EMV
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ROSWELL, Ga. Invenco, a global provider of self-service payment technology and customer engagement tools, has forged an agreement with Verifone to cooperate on interoperability of Invenco’s G6 and G7 Outdoor Payment Terminals with certain versions of Verifone’s Commander point-of-sale (POS) software.

This cooperation between Roswell, Ga.-based Invenco and San Jose, Calif.-based Verifone will enable retail fuel sites that use both Invenco and Verifone products to receive ongoing support for the interoperability of their Invenco terminals when used with Verifone’s Commander software. The Invenco and Verifone products each follow the Conexxus Forecourt Payment Terminal Protocol for pay-at-pump and inside store system communication.

“We are improving accessibility to the Invenco-i2 program at a critical time. With over 60% of the U.S. market not yet converted to outdoor EMV compliance, retailers can be confident their Invenco and Verifone systems are enabled to solve for EMV now, while growing together with aligned versions and support services moving forward,” said John Scott, CEO of Invenco.

The Invenco-i2 program offers a terminal to meet outdoor EMV compliance while upgrading the forecourt experience. The fixed-rate monthly fee includes rental of the G6 Outdoor Payment Terminal plus all additional equipment, services and compliance management needed for outdoor payments. An all-inclusive warranty covering any replacement parts, labor and travel through the life of each four-year contract is included. At the end of each contract on re-signing, retailers will be upgraded to the latest Invenco payment terminal technology.

Invenco is a provider of self-service payment technology and customer engagement tools. With a presence in the petroleum retail vertical, Invenco’s product lines include the retrofit-kit based G6 and G7 Outdoor Payment Terminals, iNFX retail micro-services (including electronic payment server), cloud services and Invenco Link, a high-speed Ethernet enabling device. Invenco’s outdoor EMV rental model, Invenco-i2, is designed to help U.S. fuel retailers prepare for the EMV liability shift without the burden of a large upfront investment. Invenco has deployed more than 125,000 EMV payment terminals engaging millions of customers every day. Invenco’s international headquarters are located in Auckland, New Zealand,

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