The Telium TETRA line of payment solutions integrates with Merchant Link’s gateway to enable merchants to accept all forms of electronic payment at the point of service.
Merchant Link, a leading payment gateway offering cloud-based cardholder data security solutions, announced today, that it has completed its integration with Ingenico Group’s Telium TETRA platform. As part of the integration, Merchant Link will support the following Ingenico payment terminals: Lane/3000, Lane/5000, Lane/7000, Move/5000 and the Link/2500.
The Ingenico integration enables Merchant Link’s merchants to accept a variety of electronic payments at the point of service. These solutions work together to minimize the merchant’s PCI scope and reduce the overall risk for card-present fraud. Ingenico’s TETRA solutions are designed with user-friendly interfaces, openness to web standards, and powerful security protocols at their core.
“The Ingenico TETRA platform leverages in-demand features and capabilities, making it a cutting edge solution for a wide range of merchants across the Retail, Lodging and Hospitality industries,” stated Bill Lewis, VP Product Management for Merchant Link.
Merchant Link has fully integrated the platform into its product ecosystem, leveraging its TransactionVault® Tokenization and TransactionShield® Point-to-Point Encryption technology, and enabling a comprehensive transaction security experience for its suite of solutions.
“Merchants across every industry are trying to create meaningful interactions where their customers want to transact,” said Irfan Nasir, head of solutions development and deployment for Ingenico Group North America. “Working with Merchant Link, we’re able to provide their merchants with the tools to create these interactions, which in turn drives revenue and brand loyalty, all while keeping their customers’ payment data secure.”
Telium TETRA enables businesses to securely accept all forms of electronic payment anywhere businesses want to meet their customers, whether at the counter, in aisle, at the table out of store, or anywhere else the merchant wants to interact with consumers.