FreedomPay has unveiled its integrated Pay-At-Table solution with PCI Validated Point-to-Point Encryption (PCI P2PE) as well as support for EMV chip cards and NFC mobile wallet payments.
The solution with the point of sale at the merchant’s location will be available on Ingenico’s iWL 258 wireless smart terminal and powered by FreedomPay’s payment gateway.
The company will launch Pay-At-Table with Firebirds Wood Fired Grill in 2016.
The solution will allow restaurants to accept payments via EMV cards, NFC mobile wallets such as Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay as well as mag-stripe cards for those whose credit or debit card has not yet been replaced with a chip card.
The product combines all of the benefits of PCI Validated P2PE, EMV, NFC, digital signature capture, store and forward capabilities and more.
This integrated toolkit for point of sale partners will enable seamless integration into standard workflows and use-cases for the North American restaurant market.
The new offering will also provide merchants a range of value-added services such as loyalty rewards and incentives, dynamic currency conversion (DCC), interactive tablets at the point-of- sale, and business intelligence applications with SKU-level transaction data.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill vice president of information technology John Fowley said: "A PCI Validated P2PE solution for Pay-At-Table, in addition to our other secure payment options, gives us the confidence that our guests’ payment data is truly secure."
Ingenico Group chief technology officer for North America Gregory Boardman said: "Ingenico Group’s iWL series enables partners such as FreedomPay to easily integrate their own technology and offer a complete solution that meets the specific needs of their hospitality merchant customers.
"Using Ingenico Group’s iWL 258 wireless smart terminal, FreedomPay is able to deliver on its own Pay-At-Table strategy with a turnkey, secure solution for accepting EMV and NFC payments tableside."