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By Rich Handley

Apriva, On Track Innovations Unveil Semi-Integrated Solution for Unattended Payments

Apriva, a provider of omnichannel payment solutions and secure mobile communications, and On Track Innovations Ltd., a provider of Near Field Communication (NFC), cashless-payment and fuel-management solutions, have announced a partnership to bring a new end-to-end EMV solution to markets supporting unattended payments.

This pre-certified payment solution supports magnetic-stripe reader transactions, and will soon be EMV-certified on various processors through Apriva. As a semi-integrated solution, the OTI TRIO reader is securely interfaced with the Apriva gateway, enabling quick integration for unattended systems. Security includes real-time data encryption, using the industry-standard DUKPT (derived unique key per transaction) encryption method, with no cardholder or card data stored.

OTI's TRIO reader
"Apriva is an excellent fit for our cashless payment solutions, as they offer a world-class gateway with multiple secure options," said Larry Susman, OTI's VP of global sales, in a prepared statement. "Our cost-effective hardware and software solution pairs strongly with Apriva's secure payment capabilities, and we are pleased to bring an unattended solution to market built upon our combined technologies, experience and success."

OTI's TRIO is a modular payment device that can support up to three cashless payment interfaces in a single enclosure. The TRIO is specifically designed for installation in unattended environments, such as kiosks and vending machines, to enable cashless payment with magnetic-payment cards, as well as mobile (Apple Pay, Android Pay and Samsung Pay), as well as EMV chip and contactless-payment cards.

"Our partnership with OTI embodies Apriva's commitment to unattended payment markets," said Stacey Finley Tappin, Apriva's senior VP of sales and marketing, in the prepared statement. "As unattended payment options expand in the years ahead, OTI's success with hundreds of thousands of readers in the field worldwide aligns tightly with Apriva's vision for supporting those payments—securely and flexibly, today and into the future."

Apriva's payment gateway offers security with end-to-end encryption, tokenization and EMV capabilities, while connecting a variety of payment devices to more than 30 processors accepting all major debit and credit cards, in addition to campus cards in both the United States and Canada. Apriva currently works with more than 1,100 merchant acquirers and independent sales organizations across North America.

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