ASHBURN International Invested Over €1m in Its POS Terminal Network Upgrade

Published: 5 April 2018 y., Thursday

In 2017, ASHBURN International (part of The Penki Kontinentai group), which deals with the card payments and loyalty program managing solutions, has completed its Lithuanian POS terminal network modernization. The investments exceeded €1m - and the number of updated stand-alone and integrated POS-terminals was more than 4 thousand units.

"We started our entire Lithuania-served terminal network already in 2016. It was a multi-stage project, which we completed in late 2017. The work was necessary as of this January 1 the term of former PCI PTS 1.0 POS terminal certificate expired; so, we offered our clients the devices that correspond to a higher PCI PTS 3.0 security standard," says Žoržas Šarafanovičius, ASHBURN International Executive Director.

According to Šarafanovičius, the new terminals also use their developed TransLink.iQ network management platform, which allows real-time monitoring of all devices running, as well as their settings as software updating.

ASHBURN International first introduced POS terminals from Ingenico, which is one of the world's largest manufacturers, in Lithuania in 2008. In 2013, the company became Ingenico’s official partner in the Baltic States. TransLink.iQ software developed by ASHBURN International is currently installed on some 20 thousand POS terminals around the world. Currently, the company negotiates with business partners on connecting another 250 thousand terminals to the TransLink.iQ platform.

Šaltinis: Ashburn International
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