The Pinnacle Corp. completed and certified the integration between the Pinnacle Palm POS and NBS payment processing host for compliance with AFD EMV for contact chip card transactions, the company announced.
Live site testing will begin at multiple locations soon. Pinnacle’s Palm POS with NBS provides petroleum retailers the highest protection available against card-present data fraud and will accept EMV chip cards for outdoor transactions using the Gilbarco FlexPay II terminal.
“Development and rollout of AFD EMV POS and payment solutions for our clients continues at a rapid pace, and we are happy to achieve this milestone with NBS,” said Mike Vaughn, vice president of software and services at Pinnacle.
“For existing Palm POS clients, no new POS hardware is required. And the upgrade to the POS and NBS software can even be installed remotely, which, during this challenging time of social distancing concerns, is a huge benefit to their support teams.”
The Pinnacle Corp. provides POS, shopper engagement and QSR/foodservice technology solutions to the rapidly evolving convenience store industry.
Convenience outlets nationwide use Pinnacle’s POS, loyalty rewards, food ordering kiosk and kitchen display system, retailer branded mobile app and mobile ordering products and services to improve store operations and extend the brand of retailers through the increasing mobile landscape.