Datacap POS partners and merchants benefit from multiple form factors that fit a variety of use cases and industries
Datacap has completed a third round of US EMV level 3 certification with Chase to add support for Ingenico Group’s unattended EMV-enabled smart terminals.
Some POS dealers have been sued for selling systems that were not compliant with PCI DSS standards. How can you protect yourself if you face a civil suit?
The beginning of the end of the credit card signature has started. Last week, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express announced that they will no longer require signatures for in-store purchases. Many retailers may still want to use signatures to verify purchases…
Datacap Systems has completed a second round of US EMV level 3 certification with Chase to add support for Ingenico Group’s full line of Telium 2 EMV-enabled smart terminals.
Industry leaders join forces to streamline the delivery process of secure payment devices to ISVs, VARs, and merchants nationwide.
Datacap partnered with Piper Jaffray & Co., an investment bank and research firm, to conduct a payments industry survey that consisted of responses from an amalgamation of 558 Value-Added resellers, Independent Software Vendors and Independent Sales Organizations who are all on the front line in forming today's payments landscape.
Datacap Systems has completed a second round of US EMV level 3 certification with First Data to add support for Ingenico Group’s full line of Telium 2 EMV-enabled smart terminals for hundreds of POS packages.
While payment integration technology makes it cost-effective for restaurants to deliver pay-at-the-table services, will such merchants generate a return on investment after doing so? Short answer: yes.
Employee theft accounts for 4 percent of restaurant sales. What steps can these businesses take to reduce credit and debit card fraud?
Line-busting involves strategically placing sales staff throughout the store and equipping them with mobile POS devices capable of completing EMV, magstripe and near-field communication (NFC) transactions.
Learn how a payments hub can save time, expenses and take your Point of Sale to the next level.
To help merchants deliver omnichannel experiences, POS providers must leverage payment integration solutions that merge e-commerce and brick-and-mortar environments.
Making the case for mobile-based POS solutions involves understanding how the technology can improve existing merchant operations.
Mobile-based POS systems enable merchants to reduce in-store checkout times, provide pay-at-the-table experiences and process multiple payment methods.
ID TECH, the global leader in payment-peripheral technology, is working with Datacap Systems, Inc., a long time innovator in payment solutions, to provide EMV chip-card acceptance to retailers, mobile, and cloud-based merchants.
Mobile POS technologies present various risks to organizations, but there are three technologies developers may use to protect payment data.
Four prerequisites for any POS provider evaluating a payments solution.
As cybercrime continues to plague the retail sector, POS developers need to be aware of the gravest threats they face and how to best defend themselves.