Shift4 and STORIS Announce Joint EMV Solution for the Furniture Industry

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EMV Solution Is Available Today with Eight Processors in the U.S. and Canada

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Shift4 has designed an EMV solution that not only allows merchants to keep their current financial relationships, but also gives them much greater payment data security

Payment gateway provider Shift4 Corporation and STORIS, the leading provider of retail software solutions for the furniture industry, today announced the availability of their joint EMV-certified solution.

The solution includes:

  •     Layered payment security: EMV helps prevent the fraudulent use of stolen card data in card-present environments. With Shift4’s DOLLARS ON THE NET and STORIS Leading Retail Software Solutions, home furnishing retailers of all sizes can process EMV payments while adding the layered security of point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and tokenization. This keeps sensitive cardholder data out of the merchant’s payment processing environment, greatly reducing their breach profile and PCI scope — and protecting their customers’ payment data from hackers.
  •     Thirteen supported devices: Shift4 currently supports a variety of EMV-capable terminals by Ingenico Group and Verifone, with options for USB, serial, Ethernet, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. This allows home furnishings sales and service locations to easily implement EMV, be it a major retail chain or a single store.
  •     Bank and processor neutrality: Shift4 is currently certified for EMV with eight major processors in the U.S. and Canada — with more on the way — delivering unparalleled coverage of acquirers in North America and the Caribbean. This makes it easy for home furnishings retailers to adopt EMV without changing their financial relationships and gives them the freedom to negotiate the best payment processing rates or make a switch if needed.

Donnie Surdoval, product manager, STORIS, said:
“As the leading provider of retail software solutions for the home furnishings industry, we are committed to providing retailers of all sizes with quality technology for all of their business needs. Our integration with Shift4’s DOLLARS ON THE NET enables us to offer our customers seamless, secure EMV processing.”

Dave Oder, CEO, Shift4, said:
“Shift4 has designed an EMV solution that not only allows merchants to keep their current financial relationships, but also gives them much greater payment data security. We are proud to partner with STORIS to offer furniture retailers the trifecta of EMV, point-to-point encryption, and tokenization to keep payment data from entering their payment processing environment in the first place, giving both consumers — and their brand — greater peace of mind.”

To learn more about EMV adoption with Shift4, visit http://www.shift4.com/EMV or call 800.265.5795.

For more information about STORIS, visit http://www.storis.com or call 888.478.6747.

About Shift4 Corporation
Shift4 stands alone as the last major player in the payments space to remain independent, self funded, and merchant focused. Our DOLLARS ON THE NET® payment gateway comes with all the bells and whistles: pre- and post-settlement auditing, fraud controls, support for new technologies like EMV and mobile, secure connections to nearly every major bank and processor in North America, and 350+ certified integrations to leading POS, PMS, and e-commerce platforms. Shift4 invests heavily in payment security — we invented tokenization and own nine payment-security patents. We empower our 33,000+ merchant customers with the flexibility to customize our secure payment processing solutions to fit their business. Learn more at http://www.shift4.com.

About STORIS
Founded in 1989, STORIS continues to be the leading provider of Retail Software Solutions and Services to retailers in the home furnishing industry. 400 clients utilize STORIS’ single ERP solution including point of sale, mobile processing, supply-chain management, customer care, accounting, e-commerce solutions, business intelligence and other services.

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