Introducing our new in-house payment processing solution
Restaurant Manager (RM) now offers in-house payment processing services for a better, more integrated point-of-sale experience. Take advantage of special incentives that are available to those who switch to RM Payment Processing:
Free upgrade to RM version 20
Take advantage of the features and functionality that RM v20 has to offer!
Free EMV Terminals
Support EMV chip card transactions with tip adjustment, accept Mastercard’s new BIN cards and ensure compliance with PCI’s new TLS requirements!
Why Upgrade to EMV?
If you are not accepting EMV, you are leaving your business vulnerable to counterfeit credit card fraud.
The latest version of RM not only works with EMV terminals, but it's also PA-DSS certified, which reduces liability for data security breaches.
You can be fined up to $20,000 per occurrence if your POS system doesn’t accept Mastercard’s new credit cards with updated Bank Identification Numbers (BIN).
Switch Your Payment Processor Today!
Fill out this form for more information about switching your payment processor to RM Payments.
The Highest Level of Data Security
Our tokenization solution replaces sensitive cardholder data with a random alphanumeric value, delivering the best solution for merchants who want to protect their sensitive data. Our parent company, Shift4 Payments, actually invented tokenization in 2005 and has processed billions of tokenized transactions since introducing this technology.
Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE)
Our PCI-validated P2PE solution prevents cardholder data from entering your payment environment – protecting your customers from the harmful and costly effects of a data breach. Many companies claim Point-to-Point Encryption but few are PCI validated, which makes a big difference if you want ultimate security.
Lower Compliance Cost
Not only does our P2PE solution provide maximum security, but it drastically reduces the overhead and resources needed for PCI compliance. Businesses with P2PE do not require annual system scans and the SelfAssessment Questionnaire (SAQ) requirement is reduced from over 300 questions to only 33 questions!