The General Store OpenEdge EMV Payment Processing Interface
The General Store now includes an OpenEdge EMV Payment Processing interface. Formerly known as PayPros, or PPI, OpenEdge is the technology innovation division of Global Payments, a processor providing payment processing to roughly 2 million merchants in 29 countries.
OpenEdge, a preferred
Datacap NETePay and The General StoreAs many of you are already aware, we have selected Datacap NETePay as our “processor-agnostic” middle-ware solution for merchants wishing to process payments in The General Store via their own processor (First Data, Sterling, Elavon, EVO, etc.).
Current List of EMV Certified Pro
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PayPal via NFC, and The General StorePayPal via NFC. Presented by Mercury Payments. In the coming months, PayPal is conducting a pilot regarding merchant acceptance of PayPal mobile payments via near field communication (NFC). For dealers and developers, this means select Mercury merchants will be participating in the PayPal pil
Payment Processing – EMV and the Liability Shift
In the payment card industry, and tech in general, change is constant. In the case of the current hot button, EMV, it remains to be seen whether change is good or not . But nonetheless, we are stuck with it. At the General Store we have tried to make the change as painless as possible. With the EMV Liabilit
VeriFone Announces End Of Life for PCCharge
The end of life for PCCharge is eminent. On April 6th, 2015 Verifone announced to their partners that they will halt development, sales, and support of their computer-based credit card processing solution PCCharge in stages, beginning immediately and culminating in the coming months. Verifone