New from Bunt Software in
partnership with Merchant Link
On July 1, 2010, comprehensive new rules regarding card practices took effect. These changes include new PCI Data Security Standards (PCI DSS). SMPLink™ is credit card interface software developed specifically for Panasonic System Manager Pro (SMP) users that integrates seamlessly with Merchant Link's TransactionVault® - a system that stores sensitive cardholder data in a secure vault - not on your back office computer.
What users are saying...
"I am as cautious as they come when it comes to the credit card stuff – I don’t like to make changes unless absolutely necessary. I would call PCI requirements one of those times when it is absolutely necessary. Thankfully, SMPLink and TransactionVault has come to the rescue. We are rolling out now, and I must say this is going very smoothly, and I couldn’t be happier. The process is painless, works as stated, and we are now PCI compliant – which gives us peace of mind. I am glad I am not sitting on the fence any more – thanks for a well tested, well implemented product to bring our systems into the future!!!"
Amato’s Sandwich Shops
“We adopted and installed SMPLink and TransactionVault as soon as we could at all of our SMP locations. Everyone at Merchant Link and ERC, our POS and SMP Software provider, was extremely helpful and the process went smoothly. We are pleased that our customers’ payment card data is secure using Merchant Link’s tokenization technology, TransactionVault. We have the peace of mind that comes with knowing the system complies with the latest PCI standards. System Manager Pro software has served us well for quite some time and with the addition of these new data security products we expect SMP to remain viable and PCI compliant for the foreseeable future.”
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