Mole Valley District Council implemented payment kiosks from KPR Midlink in late 2009. The kiosks use YESpay for card authorisation which has proved to be both extremely efficient and reliable.
(PRWeb UK) May 14, 2010
KPR Midlink Ltd has since 1985 provided Local Government cash receipting systems that enable Councils to take payments for their various charges and fees. Traditionally, cash and cheques have been the main methods of payment to most Council’s. In millennium year KPR took the decision to move away from its traditional payment counter systems in favour of the automated RPKiosk™ (Remittance Payment Kiosk).
The last decade saw the introduction of Chip & Pin with many more clients choosing to pay by cards; KPR chose YESpay as their provider for the Chip & Pin approval and clearance service on the RPKiosk™. Councils like those at South Tyneside, Maidstone Borough and Rhondda Cynon Taff have implemented the RPKiosk with YESpay providing great convenience to their users.
“KPR Midlink Limited successfully integrated in 2005 YESpay’s EasyV-Kiosk solution with its RPKiosk payment machine to provide chip and pin authorization for its UK Council Clients. YESpay’s PCI DSS Level1 approved service has enabled our Council Clients to economically and securely take Card Payments for Council services and electronically post the transactions into back office systems”, said Bob Smith, KPR Midlink Ltd.
YESpay’s EasyV-Kiosk uses EMBOSS gateway to make transactions fast, secure and cost effective. Its 100% uptime is indicative of the quality of service that YESpay provides with the help of its Dual Data Centers. With the demise of cheque payments, the acceptance of cards has become quintessential; YESpay’s partnership with KPR has made sure that Government organizations keep up with the Customers needs.
"Mole Valley District Council implemented payment kiosks provided by KPR Midlink Ltd during December 2009. The kiosks use YESpay for card authorisation which has proved to be both extremely efficient and reliable”, said Gary Rose - IT Support - Mole Valley District Council.
With great reviews by the served Council residents, YESpay and RPKiosk™ are sure many more Council offices across the UK will follow suit.
About YESpay International Ltd.
YESpay is a global payments services company providing highly secure and scalable EMV Chip & PIN, contactless and magnetic credit / debit card, e-commerce and gift card payment processing services to independent and multi-chain merchants. It provides outsourced management payment services anywhere in the world to traditional high street stores, hospitality, leisure, fuel, mail order and web environments.
Through EMBOSS™, its Gateway to Managed Payment Services, merchants can quickly accept integrated card payments within their EPOS tills, kiosks, and hospitality payment systems as well as enhance their websites for on-line payments with minimal capital investment and low on-going services costs. EMBOSS is an on-line IP-based payment processing service that has been pre-accredited (generically) by major card Acquirers in Europe (including AIB, Barclaycard Business, Bank of Ireland, HSBC, HBOS, Lloyds Cardnet, Streamline, Ulster Bank, Elavon, PBS, Amex and Diners) and North America (including Chase Paymentech, First Data, Moneris and Interac). In addition, YESpay’s EMBOSS service is fully end to end certified to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) Level 1 as mandated by Visa and MasterCard.
YESpay’s EasyV-Suite of card payment products are innovative and cost-effective solutions for EPOS, Kiosk, Hospitality, Mobile and Internet Websites that combine with the YESpay hosted EMBOSS payment service to enable their merchants to perform credit or debit card payments in both card-present and card-not-present environments.
Contact: Harshita Kakwani, Marketing Executive, +44-871-221-9510 ext. 333, harshita(dot)kakwani(at)yes-pay(dot)com
About KPR Midlink Ltd.
KPR Midlink is a UK based company that has provided Cash Receipting Solutions to Local Government and Public Sector Organisations for many years. Having established its reputation with hand held computers for mobile cash collection, KPR developed office based systems that led to the RPKiosk™ being launched to provide a fully automated payment system.
The RPKiosk™ has enabled Councils to increase their Customer Service level and reduce the cost of collecting payments within their offices. The vast knowledge acquired by KPR with unattended payment kiosks has now been expanded into the visitor attraction sectors where the public can pay for both admission tickets and services automatically at entrances.
Contact: Bob Smith, Director, +44 190 271 0054