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NRF 2016 NEWS: Verifone to Deliver End-to-End, EMV-Ready Payment Solution to Microsoft Dynamics Customers

Verifone has announced its partnership with Microsoft to provide comprehensive EMV-ready Payment as a Service solutions certified for Microsoft Dynamics AX for Retail and Commerce solutions.
In addition to Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance, merchants are challenged by the expensive and time consuming process of certifying their point of sale (POS) software with processors in order to support EMV. Fortunately, Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics RMS users will be able to overcome these challenges with Payment as a Service from Verifone, which bundles payment hardware, software and support services into a single integrated solution, enabling merchants to centrally manage their entire payment system.
The solution is built on Verifone’s Secure Commerce Architecture (SCA), which connects payment terminals directly to the Verifone Payment Gateway, preventing sensitive payment data from entering POS software.  This enables merchants to update their devices to support PCI changes and card brand-specific EMV requirements—without having to re-certify each time software changes occur.
By decoupling sensitive payment information from the POS, SCA prevents exposure of such information to malware that cybercriminals often use to infect POS software and steal cardholder data. And, Verifone’s Payment as a Service offerings incorporate end-to-end encryption, which renders cardholder data useless to cybercriminals—even in the event of a breach.
SCA is also the foundation of Verifone’s Commerce Enablement offerings, which enable merchants to provide more value to consumers at the POS. For Microsoft Dynamics users, this means that, in addition to simplifying payments and enhancing security, they will also be able to improve sales and customer loyalty through targeted advertising, digital loyalty, coupons and product offers delivered to consumers at the terminal.
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