Fintech Bluefin sets free the genius SmartPOS Payment Devices

January 25, 2024
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Bluefin, a payments fintech company, has announced that it is now offering PCI-validated P2PE SmartPOS payment devices to its global customer base. The devices, manufactured by Newland and Sunmi, are available for customers of Bluefin’s TECS payment platform. Bluefin’s P2PE Manager solution can simplify P2PE device management, chain of custody, and attestation. PCI-validated P2PE provides secure encryption and tokenization services for credit card data, reducing the burden of PCI DSS compliance by more than 70%. The TECS payment platform has over 30 acquirer connections globally and processor integrations with multiple acquirer connections, expanding the potential to deliver validated P2PE in regions lacking this level of security. Bluefin is known for being the first North American company to market a PCI-validated P2PE solution-as-a-service and aims to extend its global reach.

Bluefin’s product suite includes solutions for contactless, face-to-face, call center, mobile, e-commerce, and unattended payments in various industries such as healthcare, higher education, government, and nonprofits. The company has 300 global partners serving 35,000 connected enterprise and software clients in 60 countries. Bluefin is a Participating Organization of the PCI Security Standards Council and is headquartered in Atlanta, with offices in Waterford, Ireland, and Vienna, Austria.

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