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VeriFone Systems launches POS payment functionality

Tuesday 15 October 2013 11:12 CET | News

US-based electronic payment services provider VeriFone Systems has launched Ruby2, a touch screen point of sale (POS) solution and Commander Site Controller, a website management solution, both designed to provide payment acceptance and management functionality for convenience store retailers.

Commander Site Controller is focused on c-store environments and combines website, payment and forecourt control in one device enabling store configuration. Additionally, Commander Site Controller includes IP communication for EMV transactions.

Ruby2 is the upgraded version of VeriFone’s Ruby POS platform which includes functionalities such as touch screen, customer engagement media solutions, site management software to manage multiple locations and fuel control management.

Commander Site Controller’s cloud based management software platform - Commander Console - enables customers to remotely complete PLU price changes, tax rate adjustments, fuel price changes and promotional updates for multiple site locations from any web enabled device or mobile application for iOS and Android tablets and smartphones.

In recent news, VeriFone Systems and National Payment Card Association (NPCA) have launched a mobile payment and rewards solution that enables convenience store and petroleum retailers to provide customers with smartphone-based payment options at the pump.


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Keywords: VeriFone Systems, POS payment, US, Ruby2, touch screen POS, Commander Site Controller,
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce