Hypercom Corp. has announced that National Processing Co., one of the nation's largest acquirers exclusively focused on the merchant processing market, has Class A certified Hypercom's Optimum M4230 mobile payment terminal. The certification opens an important sales channel for Hypercom's device through NPC's large customer base, according to a company statement.
"NPC's rollout of the M4230 brings critical mobility, speed and security to merchants nationwide," said Heidi Goff, president and managing director, The Americas, Hypercom Corp. "With the M4230, NPC brings merchants a sensible and reliable product they can use with complete confidence to grow their business."
The product offers restaurant operators the chance to offer extremely secure mobile payment opportunities, such as at pizza delivery transactions or pay-at-the-table situations. Hypercom's security is best in class, and able to process a mobile transaction immediately without storing card numbers. That security allows a merchant to get the lowest exchange rate, according to Drew Soinski, Hypercom VP of business development.
The high-performance, PCI-PED-approved M4230 features long-range GPRS with dial back-up, the industry's top security certification, 32-bit multi-application processing for maximum transaction speed and 24MB memory that is two to three times larger than similar products to accommodate value-added applications such as check services.