Custom Business Solutions, developers of the restaurant industry’s first iPad-based Point of Sale System, announced EMV certification for its NorthStar POS platform with three of the restaurant industry’s largest payment providers: First Data, Heartland Payment Systems, and TSYS Merchant Solutions. Coming only a few months after certification with Vantiv Integrated Payments, certification for NorthStar provides restaurant operators with even more choices for seamless payment and POS technology solutions.
Changing the way fraud liability affects business owners EMV (European Mastercard Visa) was designed to reduce fraud by protecting chip-enabled debit and credit cards that are accepted at the point of sale. The chip cards are more secure alternative to traditional magnetic stripe payment cards, and that security is further enhanced when used in conjunction with a PIN (personal identification number).
NorthStar provides a seamless solution that meets the EMV requirements these top processors giving restaurant operators the confidence to choose the right technology partner for their business.
Utilizing a PAX Technology reader to accept payments, these additional EMV integrations provide even greater flexibility to NorthStar users. PAX Technology devices, available in both hardwired and wireless options, allow restaurant operators to be EMV compliant while taking payments in a fashion best suited for their restaurant.
First developed for the restaurant industry nearly six years ago, NorthStar Order Entry provides an omnichannel system for guests and servers to more efficiently order while managing security, improving speed of service and enhancing the guest experience with better service.
“Payment security is one of the most important components to us at CBS. By adding additional options for our clients to accept EMV payment at their business with options for both wired and wireless options, we are opening the door for even more security,” says Art Julian, CEO of Custom Business Solutions.
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