Transaction Network Services (TNS) has launched an enhanced version of the TNSPay gateway service in the UK and Ireland. TNSPay, formerly branded as CommsXL, is a multi-channel payment gateway service, with a strong reputation for security, reliability and availability.
Pre-accredited by UK and Irish acquirers, as well as Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) certified, TNSPay enables merchants to process EMV Chip and PIN, ecommerce, mail and telephone order transactions. The fully managed service simplifies complex payments challenges and allows merchants to reduce the amount of card data in their environment, helping them greatly in their efforts to achieve PCI DSS compliance.
TNSPay is also now offering UK and Irish merchants the capabilities of its card-not-present (CNP) solution, which already provides secure and reliable payment processing for over 30,000 merchants around the world.
Fintan Byrne, TNS’ vice president and general manager for UK and Ireland, said: “In an era when multi-channel sales are increasingly vital to businesses, TNSPay’s versatility demonstrates our ability as an organisation to support all the routes to market that our customers need to support in order to grow their business.”
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