Greenville, SC, September 19, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- National Computer Corporation (NCC) a leading developer and distributor of point of sale systems for the retail industry announced today that NCC successfully completed certification of EBT transactions and compliance criteria required when integrating to Mercury. Based on information provided as a part of a comprehensive transaction review process, Mercury has certified that NCC Service Manager 4.2 meets Mercury’s certification requirements.
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Service Manager 4.2: FoodStamp: Sale & Return
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This certification is for new EBT integration included in Reflection POS V4.2.3, and is in addition to existing certifications for other types of electronic payments such as Credit, Debit, and Gift Cards.
Mercury (formerly Mercury Payment Systems) is one of the fastest-growing payment processing companies in North America. Mercury is a trusted, award-winning channel partner to over 500 point-of-sale (POS) Independent Software Vendors and 2,500 POS Value Added Resellers, delivering secure and reliable integrated payments and visionary technology leadership to the industry. Mercury is pioneering the “Social POS,” empowering its merchants to identify, acquire and retain customers through unique engagement and closed-loop measurement using Mercury’s patent-pending SaaS mobile loyalty platform. For additional information on Mercury, please visit www.mercurypay.com or follow on Twitter @mercurypay.
For more than 25 years, NCC has been creating comprehensive management solutions for the foodservice industry. With over 20,000 systems installed in more than 30 countries worldwide, NCC offers a full line of products including point of sale, time and attendance, back office, and headquarters all developed and supported directly by NCC. Our system integrators combine years of experience in software development with a strong understanding of restaurant operations to create products designed to work in a wide variety of environments. For more information visit: www.nccusa.com