Last month we introduced Bolt P2PE, our new cloud-based API terminal integration solution that allows software companies to integrate their applications with PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE) and EMV devices for card-present transactions.
It’s been in its beta phase during the past few weeks, but today, we’ve announced its official launch.
1. Bolt P2PE works by receiving a request from a software application through our standard, RESTful API.
2. Once a device receives a command, a customer is prompted to initiate a payment.
3. Upon swiping or dipping a credit card, the cardholder data is instantly protected by the P2PE and tokenization of CardSecure®.
4. When the card information is created into a token, it’s then communicated to the software, so unprotected payment data is never stored within an application’s system. Cool, huh?
We offer integration with plug-and-play, P2PE devices like Ingenico’s iSC Touch 250, iPP 320 and iPP 350 terminals, all of which are equipped with EMV technology.
Bolt P2PE is a first for this industry. It will reduce the time and labor put into P2PE device integration, leaving more time for other things (and making life easier).
We’re also excited about the future. In the coming releases of Bolt P2PE, the solution will include compatibility with bluetooth and wireless-enabled Ingenico products. Even better.
So, software companies, what are you waiting for?
Learn more at cardconnect.com/bolt.