New Lane/7000 smart terminal is the first device to receive PCI PTS 5.x certification to help retailers better secure the point of sale.
Atlanta, Ga. – January 15, 2017 – Ingenico Group (Euronext: FR0000125346 - ING), the global leader in seamless payment, today announced the launch of the Lane/7000, its sleekest, most secure smart terminal specifically engineered for the ultimate checkout experience. Designed for speed and efficiency in any environment, the Lane/7000 enables merchants to increase customer engagement, improve brand loyalty and drive additional sales directly through the smart terminal. The launch of this device also marks the introduction of Ingenico Group’s Telium TETRA payment solutions to the US market, which includes a complete payment suite relying on four pillars: a range of innovative payment terminals, a new Operating System supporting HTML5 web apps, a new estate management solution and an app Marketplace for fast deployment of value-added services.
As the industry’s first and only PCI PTS 5.x certified smart payment terminal, the Lane/7000 is designed to meet local regulations and ensure long-term payment security compliance. Combined with support for semi-integrated configurations, made possible through the Telium TETRA operating system, the device makes it easier for merchants to not only become PCI compliant, but also protect their business from attacks that target POS software.
Merchants and consumers have come to expect more streamlined and secure payment experiences at the point of sale. Ingenico Group’s Lane/7000 is designed to specifically fulfill these requirements while capturing customers’ attention without adding to lane or countertop clutter,” said Jacques Guérin, EVP of smart terminals & mobile solutions, Ingenico Group. “The Lane/7000 provides merchants with the technology to be able to accept the latest payment form factors and powerful software that is able to support both payment and business applications for a more robust and complete checkout experience.”
An intuitive and interactive device, the Lane/7000 makes it easier for merchants to turn the point of sale into a point of engagement. Backed by Ingenico Group’s Telium TETRA operating system, the device leverages HTML5 to offer the same user experience, multimedia touchscreen capabilities, and user-friendly interface as a tablet computer.
Additional features and benefits of the Lane/7000 include:
Readily available Bluetooth and Wi-Fi options eliminate the need for cumbersome wires and allow for optimal terminal placement.