versus Dial-Up Terminals ...
One the greatest advances in Terminals over the past few
years has been the ability to process via IP versus Dial-Up. In
the past modems were able to go up to speeds of 56K which
meant that transactions typically took about 20-30
seconds to process. With IP connections, transaction time is
cut down to 3-5 seconds per transaction.
You may already have an IP connection! Most merchants don't
realize that all they need for an IP connection is a hi-speed internet
connection like DSL or Cable. The same connection that allows
all your computers (desktops or laptops) to connect to the internet, is the
connection which allows you to process transactions through
your IP terminal. This also eliminates the need for an
additional telephone line to process transactions. In a time
when computers and the internet are faster than ever shouldn't
your credit card terminal go at the same speed?
Use a Gateway for Retail ...
The ability to use conventional terminals along with
a gateway backend has a lot more benefits than just speed.
With all the retail transactions
being passing through the USA ePay payment gateway, merchants can view
detailed reports, as well as graphs and charts of all transactions for the
life of the account in the online Merchant Console. Merchants can also email,
download and export their transaction reports. Whether the merchant needs
to import their transactions into
Quicken, or generate a report of all sales with or without tax for the
year, week or day, they can with the payment gateway. These are all features
and benefits that
a merchant would and could not find in a typical, stand-alone machine.
Wifi or GSM/GPRS (3G)...
An IP connection can be established in many
different ways just like on a computer. The same technology is
incorporated in the credit card machines today. IP terminals can use either a basic Ethernet [RJ45] or wireless [WiFi] internet connection through your local wireless service provider.
The possibilities are endless and very flexible for
any type of merchant looking to process through an advanced yet
Machines, One Gateway Account
Since the IP terminal is connecting to the USA
ePay gateway in the backend, the machines can utilize the
"multi-source key" technology already built into the gateway.
Just like an eCommerce merchant can have multiple websites
connected to just one gateway account, the retail merchant can
have multiple machines connected to just one gateway as well.
The USA ePay gateway has all the features already built into its
system to differentiate what transaction came from what machine
and automatically generates easy-to-read reports and graphs for
the merchant to use.
All transactions being processed through the
IP terminals are 100% secure. When the terminal sends
out the transactions to the USA ePay gateway it
passes all the data through a secure socket layer (SSL) which
ensures that all data is properly encrypted and that it can not
be compromised. The terminal itself never stores any
credit card data; all data is stored securely on the
gateway. The terminal is also "source enabled" so if the
terminal is ever lost or falls into the wrong hands,
the terminal can be revoked
or rebuilt on the
Papers and Brochures
|Click on the PDF icon to the left to
view the basic marketing slip for the USA ePay/Exadigm
IP-Terminal. If you are a reseller and need to
customize this PDF file for your office please contact
your USA ePay sales representative.
|Click on the PDF icon to the left to
view the official marketing slip for the XD2000 Exadigm
IP-Terminal. The XD2000 model supports multiple
connection methods and works directly with the gateway.
Need more information about IP terminals or ready to start
using them with the USA ePay gateway? Feel free to contact one of our trusted
resellers or contact us if you're
a merchant service bank or provider to become a reseller of this product and offer it to your