Vote FreedomPay for Best Tech Work Culture in Philadelphia!

Tech in Motion set out to celebrate the best employers for tech professionals in North America through the Timmy Awards, established two years ago. In 2016 alone, the Timmy’s saw more than 2,000 companies nominated and over 83,000 votes cast to name each city’s “Best…

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FreedomPay Announces Allbound Partner Portal

As the first company in the United States to be PCI certified in P2PE encryption, FreedomPay’s advanced payment platform is not only smart and nimble, but service-oriented by design. Whether it’s sharing documents easily or hassle-free access to accounts, FreedomPay constantly strives to provide client…

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Demo FreedomPay’s Cutting-Edge Payment Solutions at HITEC 2017!

The Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition & Conference (HITEC) is the largest hospitality technology event in the world, and is considered a can’t-miss event for anyone involved in the hospitality arena. And with HITEC 2017 just around the corner (June 26 – 29), exhibitors, thought leaders,…

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Touchdown! Advanced Commerce Platform is a Big Win for Fans

New stadiums and modern entertainment venues are engineering marvels. With a large number of access points as well as multiple outlets for purchasing food and team gear, operators need the latest technology to ensure fan safety and security. Having to cater to tens of thousands…

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Retailers Plan to Invest in Omnichannel Excellence

Customers may not understand the term omnichannel, but they know they like it. A buyer expects a seamless experience that bridges the gap across in-store, web and mobile. Behind the scenes, the retailer may be left with a whirl of managing disparate systems like point-of-sale,…

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Listed vs. Non-Listed P2PE Solutions: What You Need to Know

The PCI Security Standards Council (PCI-SSC) recently released an assessment methodology for merchants using Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) solutions that have not yet been listed on the council’s website. The addition of the Non-Listed Encryption Solution Assessment (NESA) and the accompanying audit process provides merchants an expanded pool of encryption solutions beyond the current list of validated providers, allowing for a wider range of security offerings. Before deciding between a listed or a non-listed solution, however, it important to understand the assessment requirements of each as it relates to the solution provider as well as the merchant.

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