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Verifone rolls out Linux-based POS suite

23/10/2015 by

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To empower merchants, acquirers, and service providers with new commerce opportunities and experiences in store and protection against escalating security threats—Verifone, the world’s leader in payment and commerce solutions, today announced Verifone Engage, the next generation family of payment devices that globally redefines what’s expected of point-of-sale (POS) hardware and software.

Demonstrations of Verifone Engage products will be showcased next week at Money20/20 in Las Vegas.

Verifone Engage is the company’s first-ever, fully-integrated, Linux-based product family, encompassing a complete range of payment solutions for merchants, acquirers, and service providers. It is the result of a new strategy at Verifone to bring unique value to the POS and the consumer experience with intuitive, connected and commerce-enabled solutions.

“We’re leading the industry to dramatically transform the retail POS to be much more than a box that takes card-based payments,” said Glen Robson, EVP, Global Head of Terminals Solutions, Verifone. “The Verifone Engage family of products is a major paradigm shift in our approach to the point of sale. We are leveraging the power and performance of our open and flexible architecture to bring an entirely different level of interaction between consumers and merchants. With a two-way conversation that can happen at the counter and anywhere in store, we are making the shopping experience more profitable for merchants and more rewarding for consumers.”

This article has been extracted from http://finextra.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://finextra.com/news/announcement.aspx?pressreleaseid=61836

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