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April 7, 2017

Shift4, AutoClerk introduce new EMV solution for hotel industry

Payment services and gateway provider Shift4 and AutoClerk, a provider of property management systems (PMS) for hotels, have introduced a new EMV solution that offers an optimum level of security and convenience for hoteliers and their guests.

By Verdict Staff

Payment services and gateway provider Shift4 and AutoClerk, a provider of property management systems (PMS) for hotels, have introduced a new EMV solution that offers an optimum level of security and convenience for hoteliers and their guests.

The new solution, which combines AutoClerk's cloud-based PMS, myHMS, with Shift4's DOLLARS ON THE NET payment gateway, helps to thwart instances of card-present fraud while keeping the entire hotel environment free of sensitive card data.

The new system is equipped with advanced payment security technologies, including Shift4's point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and tokenisation solution.

P2PE enables hoteliers to protect guests' card data across their entire enterprise-from physical points of sale and phone reservations to the central reservation system platforms of Sabre Hospitality, TravelClick, Vertical Booking and Sceptre Hospitality.

AutoClerk president Gary Gibb said: “The myHMS data center is one of the first PMS data centers in the world that is architected to not store, process or transmit sensitive cardholder data.

“We accomplish this feat by using Shift4's i4Go for clerical and guest entry of card data and Shift4's 4Res proxying firewall for all CRS/GDS/WBE interface connectivity, which results in all sensitive card data being tokenized before entering the myHMS data centre.

"We're proud to add EMV to Shift4's point-to-point encryption at a hotel's front desk to enhance the card-present payment security for our hotelier customers."

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April 7, 2017updated 15 May 2017 11:52am

Shift4, AutoClerk introduce new EMV solution for hotel industry

Payment services and gateway provider Shift4 and AutoClerk, a provider of property management systems (PMS) for hotels, have introduced a new EMV solution that offers an optimum level of security and convenience for hoteliers and their guests.

By Verdict Staff

Payment services and gateway provider Shift4 and AutoClerk, a provider of property management systems (PMS) for hotels, have introduced a new EMV solution that offers an optimum level of security and convenience for hoteliers and their guests.

The new solution, which combines AutoClerk’s cloud-based PMS, myHMS, with Shift4’s DOLLARS ON THE NET payment gateway, helps to thwart instances of card-present fraud while keeping the entire hotel environment free of sensitive card data.

The new system is equipped with advanced payment security technologies, including Shift4’s point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and tokenisation solution.

P2PE enables hoteliers to protect guests’ card data across their entire enterprise-from physical points of sale and phone reservations to the central reservation system platforms of Sabre Hospitality, TravelClick, Vertical Booking and Sceptre Hospitality.

AutoClerk president Gary Gibb said: “The myHMS data center is one of the first PMS data centers in the world that is architected to not store, process or transmit sensitive cardholder data.

“We accomplish this feat by using Shift4’s i4Go for clerical and guest entry of card data and Shift4’s 4Res proxying firewall for all CRS/GDS/WBE interface connectivity, which results in all sensitive card data being tokenized before entering the myHMS data centre.

“We’re proud to add EMV to Shift4’s point-to-point encryption at a hotel’s front desk to enhance the card-present payment security for our hotelier customers.”

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