McDonald’s is using Ingenico to provide a Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)-compliant payments infrastructure across McDonald’s restaurants in Australia and New Zealand. The fully-outsourced solution is deployed throughout McDonald’s Australia, and will soon be rolled out to New Zealand restaurants.
Prior to this, McDonald’s had an infrastructure that needed replacing. Ingenico’s integrated payment infrastructure is a complete end-to-end, PCI DSS-compliant solution, encompassing the i3070 contactless EFT PIN pad, the AXIS global transaction processing management system, reporting capability via the Ingenico e-portal, and the terminal estate management.
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