TenderCard Class A Certifies Gift and Loyalty Applications on Hypercom's Optimum T4200 Platform.
Hypercom's T4200 platform features the highest security, largest memory and broadest feature set of any countertop device family of its kind. The recently introduced Optimum T4200 platform has also received MasterCard Worldwide Payment Terminal Security approval for IP and wireless transactions. The platform incorporates additional security features such as optional privacy shields, Triple DES DUKPT encryption to protect cardholder PINs, and utilizes HyperSafe[R]32, Hypercom's exclusive RSA-based security infrastructure to prevent the introduction of fraudulent applications. The platform is compliant with the European Union's RoHS requirements for hazardous substances.
"Hypercom's Optimum T4200 is an ideal platform for TenderCard's gift and loyalty applications because of its performance, large memory and ability to handle multi-step transactions quickly and efficiently," said Marilyn Quinn, Executive Vice President-Compliance of TenderCard, a pioneer of gift cards and loyalty programs for small- to mid-sized merchants, malls, associations and chains. "This certification will enable our resellers and merchants to compete with larger retailers by increasing both profits and store traffic."
"TenderCard's certification of the T4200 further validates that our advanced security, engineering, features and functions meet an array of merchant needs, and opens the door for their customers to take advantage of the best card payment terminals on the market today," said Heidi Goff, President and Managing Director, Americas, Hypercom Corporation.
Hypercom's Optimum T4200 family consists of six 32-bit multi-application terminals with a consistent "look and feel" and 19-key keypad layout. The TenderCard Class A certified terminals include models with dial only and Ethernet/SSL/dial backup connectivity. The new terminals join a full array of high-performance Optimum countertop, multi-lane, wireless and portable terminals that have been adopted by leading banks, retailers and independent sales organizations globally since Hypercom introduced its first 32-bit Optimum product in 2004.
About TenderCard[TM] (www.tendercard.net)
TenderCard[TM] is a pioneer and leader of gift cards and loyalty programs for the electronic payment industry, specializing in the small- to mid-sized merchant, mall, association and/or chain. Marketing exclusively through a network of resellers, with no in-house sales force to compete with them, places TenderCard as the ISO/MSP premier partner in gift and loyalty. By providing customizable solutions and extensive reporting and tracking capabilities, TenderCard offers merchants the ability to compete with larger retailers, increasing both profits and store traffic. Simply put, TenderCard helps any business grow stronger. TenderCard is based in East Falmouth, Massachusetts.
About Hypercom (www.hypercom.com)
Global payment technology leader Hypercom Corporation delivers a full suite of high security, end-to-end electronic payment products and services. The Company's solutions address the high security electronic transaction needs of banks and other financial institutions, processors, large scale retailers, smaller merchants, quick service restaurants, and users in the transportation, petroleum, healthcare, prepaid, unattended and many other markets. Hypercom solutions enable businesses in more than 100 countries to securely expand their revenues and profits. With its acquisition of Thales e-Transactions business earlier this year, Hypercom became the second-largest provider of electronic payment solutions and services in Western Europe, and solidified its position as the third-largest provider globally.
Hypercom and Optimum and Design are registered trademarks of Hypercom Corporation. All other products or services mentioned in this document are trademarks, service marks, registered trademarks or registered service marks of their respective owners. This press release includes statements that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including statements regarding market acceptance of new products, product certifications, product capability and performance, product competitiveness, product sales, revenues and profits, market share, and expected acquisition results and benefits. These forward-looking statements are based on management's current expectations and beliefs and are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements. In particular, factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include: industry, competitive and technological changes; the loss of, and failure to replace any significant customers; the composition, timing and size of orders from and shipments to major customers; inventory obsolescence; market acceptance of new products and services; compliance with industry standards, certifications and government regulations; the performance of suppliers, contract manufacturers and subcontractors; the ability to successfully integrate the technologies, operations and personnel of acquired businesses in a timely manner; the ability to obtain the expected strategic and financial benefits from acquisitions; risks associated with international operations and foreign currency fluctuations, the state of the U.S. and global economies in general and other risks detailed in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Company's most recent 10-K and subsequent 10-Qs and 8-Ks. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date made and are not guarantees of future performance. We undertake no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements. HYCP
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|Date:||Jun 10, 2008|
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