Transaction Network Services (TNS) has expanded the TNSPay payment management platform to help ecommerce merchants improve security, combat fraud, and ease their Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance efforts. The enhancements coincides with the global launch of TNSPay for eCommerce, the new global brand for the PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) certified service.
New features available in TNSPay include: stored card tokenisation, hosted payment forms and risk management.
Ray Low, TNS’ payments division president, said: “The continued development of the TNSPay platform is a key priority for TNS. We believe the innovations we are adding to the platform itself, combined with our leading position as an independent provider of network solutions, connecting some of the largest payment service providers to global payment acquirers, makes TNS unique in the marketplace.”
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