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The Wayne NAMOS™ Point-of-Sale System Now Available for EMV® on First Data Network

    • Orders for the Wayne NAMOS point-of-sale (POS) system available now for those processing EMV with First Data
    • The NAMOS POS system will replace the Wayne Nucleus™ point-of-sale (POS) system for EMV-compatibility

AUSTIN, TEXAS – October 13, 2016 - Wayne Fueling Systems (“Wayne”), a global provider of fuel dispensing, payment, automation, and control technologies for retail and commercial fuel stations, announces the general availability of the NAMOS POS system for fuel retailers processing EMV transactions through First Data’s network.

This NAMOS POS system is a combination of the newer NAMOS software, Diebold Nixdorf BEETLE™ POS hardware, and the Wayne Fusion™ 6000 forecourt system with an EMV certified electronic payment server. The NAMOS POS system will replace the Nucleus POS system for EMV and helps reduce retailers’ payments liability to fraudulent transactions and chances of chargebacks in the U.S.

Wayne has been piloting the NAMOS POS system with several independent retailers in the region since March 2016.  “The Wayne NAMOS point-of-sale system provides me more retailing features and flexibility to better serve my customers”, said Aftab Ali Owner of Q&Q Mart of Round Rock, Texas who has piloted the NAMOS POS system. “The EMV capability reduces my fraud liability and offers my customers the comfort of secure payments.”

“As many retailers are currently planning and enacting their EMV initiatives, now is an ideal time to upgrade to the NAMOS POS system for EMV-compliance. This system is simple to maintain and updates remotely to comply with new regulations,” said Tom Cerovski, Wayne’s Vice President of Products and Services.

Wayne will begin taking orders for the NAMOS POS system on October 13, 2016 with standard lead times.

To learn more about the NAMOS POS system, visit www.Wayne.com

10/13/2016 12:00:00 AM