The decade is over, and the future of the payments industry is here! With the new year comes the start of a big product transition. Are you ready to transition from PCI PTS expired devices to newer and more secure devices?
Our team is prepared to help you see what the future looks like – for your business and your merchants. We’ve curated some suggested product transitions for you to consider from three major payment device manufacturers’.
Verifone will transition to a new line of devices, called Engage. These next-generation devices set new standards for consumer experience. Devices enable merchants and partners with consumer interactivity, app delivery, and omnichannel capabilities.
All V3.x devices are “end-of-Life,” due to PCI compliance. Check out the Verifone devices that are going end-of-life and the devices we recommend transitioning to:
Ingenico devices will transition into the new Tetra line and their V3.x devices and several V4.x devices will go end-of-life. Although V4.x devices will still be PCI compliant, Ingenico will stop on all future builds. But, the v3.x devices can still be sold in the market for several years.
Check out the Ingenico devices that are going end-of-life and what we recommend transitioning to:
PAX has been proactive in certifying their product line to maintain PCI compliance. Additionally, they have also developed a new suite of devices that could really benefit your merchants. The new PAX Smart Series can be used as stand-alone or semi-integrated payment terminals. They feature a single software platform providing a common user experience for merchants.
Check out the new PAX devices that we recommend transitioning to:
But, no matter which device you plan to transition to, the time to start communicating with your partners is now! Communication about product roadmaps will certainly be critical to transition success for your organization. For more information on the PCI PTS end-of-life, check out our recent fireside chat, “Opportunities and Challenges in Payment Hardware Transitions”.