Jacksonville, FL, August 07, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- System Innovators, the leading cashiering solution provider for city, county, and state governments as well as utility companies, successfully upgraded the City of St. Louis Collector of Revenue, City of Oklahoma City, and Salt River Project to its iNovah Version 2.0 platform.
iNovah has enjoyed the distinction of being a PA-DSS certified application as designated by the PCI Security Standards Council (https://www.PCISecurityStandards.org). iNovah 2.0 was evaluated by a Payment Application Qualified Security Assessor and found to be in full compliance with the PCI-SSC standards. Since 2007, iNovah has been listed on the Validated Payment Applications site https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/security_standards/vpa/.
System Innovators has noted an increased interest in PCI compliancy among its client base as a result of the current regulatory climate. “Becoming PCI compliant was an important objective for us to accomplish this year,“ said Craig Westerhoff, of Salt River Project Information Services. He added, “While becoming PCI compliant was significant, the benefits of iNovah’s enterprise licensing fee structure, system set up and reporting flexibility, coupled with a long list of features and overall ease-of-use, made selecting iNovah an even easier decision.”
Kelley Langford, Vice President of Sales stated, “Seeking and maintaining our PA-DSS compliance is a key differentiator for us. Early on we saw card data security as a joint responsibility with our clients. That is why we proactively sought certification; to protect our clients and limit their liability.” Mr. Langford also remarked, “Our clients sleep easily knowing the only headlines they will see are positive stories about their involvement with System Innovators.”