POS Solution • 26.05.2017

Winner of 11th Annual Pay Award

Paybefore has selected Vantiv's triPOS Mobile for the best M-POS Solution category at its 11th annual Pay Awards competition.

Photo: Winner of 11th Annual Pay Award
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Vantiv, a provider of payment processing services and related technology solutions for merchants and financial institutions of all sizes, announced that Paybefore has selected Vantiv's triPOS Mobile for the best M-POS Solution category at its 11th annual Pay Awards competition. 

"We're proud to recognize Vantiv for its contributions to the ever evolving payment industry," said Loraine DeBonis, editor-in-chief and chair of the judging panels at Paybefore. "This year, at the competition, we saw a remarkable number of consumer-focused solutions that are making a difference in people's lives, Vantiv's triPOS Mobile among them."

Vantiv's triPOS Mobile's SDK provides iOS applications with a rapid integration for EMV support, point-of-interaction device support and the Express platform. triPOS does the heavy lifting for PCI DSS compliance, and offers a hassle free setup for merchants. It makes complex EMV certifications a thing of the past. triPOS Mobile seamlessly incorporates value-added services and strengthens businesses by providing a unified shopping experience everywhere.

"We are honored that triPOS Mobile has won this prestigious award," says Coy Christensen, senior leader, product, Vantiv Integrated Payments. "With the award, Paybefore helps validate our commitment to bringing innovative payment solutions to our partners and clients."

triPOS Mobile now will vie for Best-in-Category distinction, which will be announced in Pay News the week of June 12. Visitors to Paybefore.com will have a chance to vote on Best-in-Category through May 31. The outcome of this vote will be combined with the judges' picks to determine Best-in-Category honorees, all of which will be profiled in the Pay Magazine Awards Issue. 

Source: Vantiv

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