BROOKINGS, Ore. — C&K Market here has deployed Connected Payments, a cloud-based, software-as-a-service payment-processing system, across its Ray’s Food Place, Ray’s Shop Mart and C&K Market banners.
The system — provided by Dallas-based Retalix, which also supplies the chain’s POS software — will help C&K Market better manage compliance-related transaction data, while improving overall POS efficiency and reducing costs, according to Alan Nidiffer, chief information officer of C&K. The system’s subscription-based model eliminated all of C&K’s up-front license costs.
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“We wanted to effectively meet increasing PCI standards, and Connected Payments provided the best solution because it actually removes all cardholder data from our stores,” said Nidiffer, in a statement. “The result is optimal transaction data security. In addition, Connected Payments has helped us reduce our electronic payments costs overall, and it provides centralized reporting that improves our operational performance.”
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