Apple Pay In-Store for Point of Sale

Document created by tony.rose@vantiv.com on Jul 15, 2016Last modified by alec-paulson on Jan 17, 2017
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Vx805 Terminal (on Mercury Pay)

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The Vx805 is a state of the art terminal manufactured by Verifone and integrated to Vantiv's Integrated Payments platform (Mercury Pay) via DataCap's NETePay, a developer friendly interface that makes it easy to support new payment devices with existing software integrations. The Vx805 PIN Pad supports EMV, MSR, PIN and NFC contactless transactions including Apple Pay.

 

  • Ergonomic design
  • Intuitive, ATM-style interface
  • High-resolution, white backlit display
  • Dual-purpose design functions as both a handheld payment device and a countertop PIN pad
  • Vertical mag-stripe reader and well-positioned smart card slot reduce read errors

 


Vx520 Terminal with optional pin-pad (on Vantiv core)

 

vx_520.pngThe Vx520 terminal manufactured by Verifone is a versatile device offered by Vantiv and integrated with Vantiv's core payment processing platform. When utilized with optional Vx820 Pin Pad, a customer can Swipe or Tap their own card creating faster

checkout times and happier customers. The Vx520 supports NFC contactless transactions including Apple Pay payments.

 

  • PCI PTS 3.0 approved with Verishield File Authentication
  • High resolution 3.5” color display
  • Illumination blue backlit display
  • Built in contactless (NFC) support
  • Landed smart card reader
  • Multiple merchant support
  • Credit, Debit, Gift Card, EBT, GETI Check

 


iCT250 Terminal (on Vantiv core)

 

ict250.PNGIngenico’s iCT250 terminal supports the needs of today's consumer while future-proofing your infrastructure. The ergonomic styling delivers a comfortable and convenient user experience. The flexible, open platform at the heart of iCT250 terminal ensures compatibility with Ingenico’s entire line of peripherals and like other Vantiv EMV terminals it supports NFC contactless transactions including Apple Pay payments.

 

  • P2PE Capability, PCI PED 2.0 certified for PIN based transactions
  • EMV level 1 and 2 certified
  • ATM Style, large, 3 x 5, backlit keys, plus 4 function / navigation keys
  • Integrated Contact/Contactless EMV Reader, Near Field Communication (NFC) and Triple Track bi-directional Magnetic Card Readers
  • TFT Color QVGA 320 x 240 Pixel graphic display
  • Credit, Debit, Gift Card, EBT, GETI Check

How Apple Pay works for point of sale transactions

 

Apple Pay allows customers to quickly make purchases using Touch ID technology on newer Apple devices. Customers can add their credit or debit card information to their Apple device which is then tokenized by a tokenization service to encrypt the card number. The tokenization service assigns a device-specific identifier called a DPAN that can only be decrypted by the card issuing bank. (A PAN is a primary account number, the number that appears on the front of your credit or debit card).

 

Vantiv and the processing banks then use this DPAN in place of the real card number in order to securely handle transactions. Vantiv takes this integration one step further, optionally allowing Vantiv's OmniToken to reference a DPAN, treating the DPAN like card on file, just as it would normally do with a PAN stored in Vantiv's secure vault.

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