Ingenico Group unit Ingenico Enterprise Retail has expanded its partnership with 3C Payment to deliver two new terminal solutions.

The new solutions will use Ingenico’s DESK/5000 & MOVE/5000 payment terminal devices to process payments through the 3C Integra Payment Gateway.

Both the solutions comply with the latest security requirements for PCI-PTS 5.x and Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE).

The DESK/5000 device is designed for deployment at luxury hotels and retailers enabling them to cater to international customers. While paying, customers can also opt for Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC) and other international payment methods.

Designed for the hospitality industry, the MOVE/5000 solution can be used by hotels, bars and restaurants. It comes with pay-at-table and split bill functionalities.

Ingenico Enterprise Retail director of Sales and Business Development Lee Jones said: “The way consumers want to pay is evolving, therefore we need to remain ahead of the game to keep our retailers relevant in this ever changing market.

“Through this partnership with 3C Payment, we’re creating an even stronger offering to solidify our customers in the future of retail.”

3C Payment chief product officer Craig Borrett said: “We are delighted to further enhance the product range between 3C Payment and Ingenico Enterprise Retail through certification of our 3C Integra terminal application with the Ingenico Tetra Desk & Move 5000.

“Our mutual Pan-European customers will benefit greatly from innovative, secure and flexible payment solutions through a single interface across multiple countries.”

It can be noted that Worldline signed a deal earlier this month to acquire Ingenico.

If approved by regulators, the deal will create the fourth-biggest payments company in the world.