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August 22, 2008updated 06 Sep 2016 3:09pm

VeriFone launches new payment processing solution

VeriFone, a developer of technology that enables electronic payment transactions and value-added services, has launched PAYware PC, the next generation of its PCCharge payment processing solution for standalone or integrated environments.

By CBR Staff Writer

PAYware PC provides end-to-end payment processing and customer management capabilities for small-to-medium-sized merchants of all types and a simple integration platform for developers.

PAYware PC features a streamlined user interface inspired by the 2007 Microsoft Office system. Colorful icons and dynamic menu screens provide easy access to all features and functions so users can perform any task. Most tasks, such as settlement, contract processing, report generation, database backup and update download, can be performed automatically.

The solution offers developers a simpler and more secure integration, writing to a single application programming interface (API), and PAYware PC’s Device Manager manages all interactions with payment devices and peripherals, simplifying integration for developers. PAYware PC can handle transactions in multiple formats and supports all electronic payment types.

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