HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--eProcessing Network, LLC (ePN) introduces the Premier Verify SCN, a new EMV-certified reader that supports MSR, EMV-chip, and now contactless payments such as Google Pay and Apple Pay. With quicker processing capabilities, the Premier Verify SCN allows merchants to reduce their transaction times by 50%. Compatible with ePN’s Mobile, Retail and QuickBooks processing applications, the Premier Verify SCN is truly a 3-in-1 device for the small to mid-sized merchant.
The Premier Verify SCN has all the same great features of the Premier Verify SC, eProcessing Network’s high-speed, dual-track chip reader. The new dual-purpose reader supports over-the-air firmware updates, but with the added benefit of NFC/contactless capabilities. The Premier Verify SCN is EMV-compliant for both iOS and Android platforms or USB/Bluetooth for Windows environments. EMV certification through all major payment platforms allows merchants to process both contact and contactless transactions for Visa®, MasterCard®, Discover® and American Express® payments.
“Contactless EMV payments are the next step for the industry,” said Steve Sotis, President of eProcessing Network. “ePN partners with ISOs, MSPs and ISVs nationwide to provide secure and compliant solutions that help merchants process tap-and-go payments easily and affordably, and with an improved transaction speed at checkout.”
About eProcessing Network, LLC
eProcessing Network (ePN) is a software development company specializing in secure, real-time transaction processing services, solutions, and support for all small to mid-sized merchants. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ePN is certified to process a comprehensive suite of electronic payment transactions through all major credit & debit card, check/ACH and gift card/loyalty processors, and sells its services and products exclusively through Resellers and ISO sales channels. eProcessing Network is a registered Visa USA® and MasterCard® Third-Party Service Provider and is compliant with PCI and PA-DSS Data Security Standards. For more information, visit www.eProcessingNetwork.com.