Nodus is pleased to announce the new release of PayFabric, our cloud-based payment processing and storage engine. In this release, PayFabric bridges the world of retail with support for P2PE to provide higher security and an even further reduction of the scope of PCI.
What is new in PayFabric for the May release:
1. Bluefin Decryptx with P2PE
Nodus has partnered with Bluefin Payment Systems to provide support for Point-to-Point Encryption devices for PayFabric. PayFabric utilizes Bluefin’s PCI approved PTS (PIN Transaction Security) hardware device & Decryptx API to encrypt credit card data at the point-of-entry against PayFabric’s hosted page(s). PayFabric then calls out to the Decryptx API for card data decryption prior to submitting the transaction information to the payment gateway. This delivers point-to-point encryption functionality and helps reduce the complexity and scope of PCI Compliance in regard to the merchant’s cardholder data environment. For a datasheet on this device, click here.
2. Swipe/EMV/ApplyPay/AndroidPay/NFC Support
In partnering with PAX Technology, PayFabric now supports card swipe, ApplePay/AndroidPay/NFC, and EMV (Europay Mastercard Visa) for card-present payment processing. Payment cards with EMV chips store the data on an integrated circuit in addition to the magnetic stripe that has been used in the past. EMV is used to eliminate counterfeit card fraud with card-present transactions. Nodus’ PayFabric will now support the following countertop and mobile/wireless EMV devices:
· PAX S300 (PINPad)
· PAX D210 (Mobile & Wireless)
We will be continuing to add additional devices.
3. Global Navigation
PayFabric now allows merchants to manage multiple organizations from within a single PayFabric account. They can also manage and access both Sandbox and Live instances from the same account. Lastly, administrators can manage roles and account permissions and are able to invite additional users to the PayFabric portal.
4. Performance and Scalability
With the rapid growth of PayFabric, we have increased our servers to provide higher performance and scalability.
For more information, check out our webpage on PayFabric.
For further details on the release notes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.