Verifone engage devices
Payment and commerce solutions provider Verifone has unveiled Verifone Engage—the next-generation family of payment devices redefining point-of-sale (POS) hardware and software.
Verifone’s move is in line with its strategy to provide unique value to the POS and bring connected and commerce-enabled solutions to consumers.
The company’s first fully-integrated, Linux-based family of products, Verifone Engage comprises a comprehensive range of payment solutions for acquirers, merchants and service providers, empowering them with new commerce opportunities and experiences.
Verifone Engage offers the best of physical, online and mobile consumer interaction helping businesses forge meaningful relationships that drive revenue growth and loyalty.
This feature-rich suite of products comes with sleek, functional design with crisp multi-media displays, and a simple, intuitive user interface.
It promises improved buying experiences thanks to its two-way customer interactivity and enables various customer interactions because of its multiple form factors for merchants.
Verifone Engage also guarantees topnotch security with its advanced multi-layered security, encryption and tokenization technologies. It complies with the latest PCI requirements and comes with built-in standard for faster EMV adoption to fight fraud.
This product family is compatible with all wallets and supports full spectrum of payment functions.
Verifone Engage will pilot in the last quarter this year, with worldwide product availability to be on a rolling basis throughout the next two years.
Glen Robson, EVP, Global Head of Terminals Solutions, Verifone, commented, “We’re leading the industry to dramatically transform the retail POS to be much more than a box that takes card-based payments. The Verifone Engage family of products is a major paradigm shift in our approach to the point of sale. We are leveraging the power and performance of our open and flexible architecture to bring an entirely different level of interaction between consumers and merchants.”