ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Pinnacle Corp. has announced the completion and availability of its Palm POS integration to Ingenico's latest iSC250/350 and iPP300 payment terminals based on Ingenico's new secure Telium architecture.
Designed to adhere to and exceed the latest PCI PED 2.1 compliance standards, the Telium-based product line features a durable design and offers color VGA screens as large as 5.7-inch, capable of full-motion video, suitable for supporting a wide range of marketing programs. Teliums also support EMV, NFC and have embedded contactless readers. The iPP series provides a compact and versatile entry level PIN entry option terminal.
The iSC series also offer electronic signature capture on a touch-screen platform which, when integrated to Pinnacle's Palm POS, further expands the electronic signature capture capabilities to recreate and print customer receipts at the home office with Pinnacle's EPM business intelligence solution.
The Telium iSC250 and iSC350 terminals are the next generation of Ingenico's i6000 series terminals, and the iPP300 is the next generation of the i3010 PIN entry terminal. For clients already using the i6000 series or i3010 terminals, upgrading to the Telium iSC or iPP device is plug-and-play, with only a few minor configuration changes required.
Arlington, Texas-based Pinnacle provides automation technology to the convenience store and petroleum industries. It delivers products that automate the broad spectrum of c-store operations and supply-chain management of fuel operations. Nationwide, Pinnacle's products and services are used daily in thousands of convenience outlets to automate and improve their store operations and by fuel marketers to increase their efficiency in the complex management of fuel delivery.