ACI Worldwide has released the latest version of ACI Retail Commerce Server, integrating with ISD Corporation’s In-Store suite of products, following the acquisition of ISD in March 2011.
The new system gives merchants a complete payment processing and value-add solution, from driving the point of interaction devices in the stores, through to authorisation and settlement, while reducing scope of PCI compliance.
Existing ISD customers now have the option to move to an ACI On Demand (AOD) model, which relieves the merchant from the everyday responsibilities of installing, deploying, configuring, and maintaining the software solution. This offer includes the additional retail commerce server self-managed solutions, such as gift cards, loyalty, check management, and refund management. For existing customers of retail commerce server, integrating the ISD In-Store solution enables them to significantly reduce the scope and cost of payment card industry (PCI) compliance by managing the sensitive card data on behalf of the point-of-sale (POS) network.
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