French electronic payment terminal developer Ingenico has partnered with FreedomPay a white label commerce platform for banks, retailers and healthcare firms, to launch the Telium2 series point-of-sale (POS) payment devices.

The devices will be powered by Ingenico’s retail base application software and will accept stripe and EMV chip-card payments and NFC-based transactions.

Both companies have secure transaction transcription technologies; Ingenico’s On-Guard and the FreedomPay’s Commerce Platform.
The new device is an SRED-certified payment processing solution with a certified point-to-point encryption transaction platform. It connects all major North American acquirers to point-of-sale (POS) devices.

Ingenico devices will be integrated and connect to the FreedomPay Commerce Platform, a cloud-based smart technology gateway, that supports true point-to-point encryption (P2PE).

Tom Durovsik, CEO of FreedomPay, said: "Partnering with Ingenico gives our customers access to state-of-the-art devices and Ingenico’s customers access to payments innovations including mobile payments, incentive management, business intelligence dashboards and more."

Thierry Denis, president of Ingenico, North America, said: "As the top solutions provider, Ingenico is always looking for innovative ways to maximize and enhance its offerings. Combining our Telium-based devices with FreedomPay’s advanced commerce platform enable merchants to address their P2PE concerns, get ready for EMV adoption, broader payment, loyalty and customer engagement innovations."

Further rollouts of the device are expected in the later in the year. Ingenco has over 20m point of sale terminals deployed in more than 125 countries.


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