JPOS EMV Ready

DataCap EMV Certified Processors - (view list)

JPOS programs are EMV Ready - Our POS software programs have passed certification testing with both MercuryPay and
DataCap - for the following major bank card processors:

  • Alliance Data
  • BluePay
  • CEPAS
  • Dialect
  • Elavon
  • Electronic Merchant Sys
  • Electronic Payments, Inc.
  • EVO
  • First Data BuyPass
  • FD PayStart BuyPass
  • First Data Cardnet (North)
  • FD PayStart Cardnet
  • First Data EFS Net (Concord)
  • First Data Nashville (Envoy)
  • FlexPoint
  • Global Payments US
  • Heartland Payments
  • Mercury In-Store NETePay (OOS)
  • Moneris Solutions (EMV)
  • MPSAccess
  • National Processing Co
  • Payair (Mobile Payments)
  • Paymentech
  • RBS WorldPay
  • SecureNet
  • Sterling Payment
  • TSYS / Vital
  • Vantiv

If you process cards through the JPOS system: You will need to update your version of JPOS Software to the most recent version that allows for EMV integration. The cost for the JPOS Software update is:
$199.00 - If it's been 1 year, or less, since you've had a paid update.
$299.00 - If you haven't had an update within the past year.
If you're unsure, please contact me and I can let you know.

For each register that accepts credit/debit/ebt cards, you will also need a new PIN Pad. The new PIN pads are capable of using the new EMV (chip and PIN) technology. New PIN pads are $249 each. ($249 includes an encryption injection fee specific to your bank card processor)
To make JPOS software programs both EMV compatible and "Out Of Scope", we are utilizing a software product from DataCap Systems.
"Out Of Scope" - means that JPOS software programs never "see" sensitive bank card data. JPOS simply passes a request for funds on to the DataCap software. The DataCap software seamlessly handles acquiring the card swipe and communication with your bank card processor.
This excerpt is from DataCap's website:
"Our controls drive the card-entry device (PIN Pad, MSR, or NFC reader) directly, maintaining complete separation between your Point of Sale application and cardholder data. This means that you're no longer "payment aware" and therefore not subject to PA-DSS. No validation or PCI-DSS listing required for the POS provider."
There's lots more info regarding EMV at: http://datacapsystems.com/pc-based-point-of-sale/
You want more info? http://datacapsystems.com/news/2015/5/22/us-emv-fact-check

For retailers using MercuryPay: There is NO additional fee for the DataCap software.
MercuryPay directly purchases the DataCap software license on behalf of their customers.

For retailers using ANY OTHER processor: (including retailers currently using DataCap's NETePay software)
You will need to purchase the DataCap Software.

ALL STORES can avoid any of these changes by going with Stand-Alone Terminals, and processing cards separate from JPOS programs. Contact your Bank Card Representative.

Here is a breakdown of your cost by Processor:
If you are using...

MercuryPay:
Once we can confirm that everything (EMV, hardware, software, all types of bank card transactions) is working as it should, we can start updating our POS retailers.
Our software has already passed MercuryPay's certification process for the new EMV spec.
$199 or $299 - JPOS Software Update
$249 - per PIN pad
$ xx - Labor & Travel.
Please contact Bill at bill@jpossoftware.com ASAP with your intentions, so we can order PIN Pads.

Heartland:
We are awaiting word from Heartland OR DataCap that Heartland has certified DataCap's new version. We are told they're working on it. Once DataCap has passed Heartland's certification process, JPOS is ready, and we can begin updates. Until that time, if you want to be sure that your store is in compliance with the EMV recommendations come October 1st, we suggest contacting your Heartland representative and acquiring Stand-Alone terminals for each register.
$199 or $299 - JPOS Software Update
$249 - per PIN pad
$450 - DataCap Software (1st Register)
$150 - DataCap Software (per each additional register)
$ xx - Labor & Travel.

FirstData (Buypass):
We are awaiting word from First Data OR DataCap that Firsta Data (Buypass) has certified DataCap's new version. We are told they're working on it. Once DataCap has passed FirstData's certification process, JPOS is ready, and we can begin updates. Until that time, if you want to be sure that your store is in compliance with the EMV recommendations come October 1st, we suggest contacting your First Data representative and acquiring Stand-Alone terminals for each register.
$199 or $299 - JPOS Software Update
$249 - per PIN pad
$450 - DataCap Software (1st Register)
$150 - DataCap Software (per each additional register)
$ xx - Labor & Travel.

If you are currently using DataCap NETePay:
Depending on your current processor, we are awaiting word from DataCap that they have received certification. Once DataCap has been certified for that processor, JPOS is ready, and we can begin updates. Until that time, if you want to be sure that your store is in compliance with the EMV recommendations come October 1st, we suggest contacting your Bank Card representative and acquiring Stand-Alone terminals for each register.
$199 or $299 - JPOS Software Update
$249 - per PIN pad
$ xx - DataCap Software (1st Register) - DataCap has not yet determined the cost for an NETePay update
$ xx - DataCap Software (per each additional register) - DataCap has not yet determined the cost for an NETePay update
$ xx - Labor & Travel.

 

I Want a Quote - Please contact Bill at bill@jpossoftware.com if you would like a quote for your "total" update As we receive new information regarding DataCap's certification process, we will keep you informed. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to contact Bill at bill@jpossoftware.com