SOUNDPAYMENTS | EMV Upgrade Guide – Google Short Form
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Struggling with the high cost of upgrading fuel dispensers to accept EMV cards? Sound Easy Pump™ is a unique retrofit payment solution for the petroleum industry that is cost-effective, PCI compliant, and accepts EMV, Mag-Stripe, and Contactless payment transactions directly at the pump. Independent stations can now meet industry requirements without the need to purchase new pumps and close stations for installation. The platform is also flexible to support future innovations.

EMV Upgrade Guide

Easy, Low Cost, No Down-Time

Sound Easy Pump™ Installation – Gilbarco Pumps

Here we present an example of an EMV upgrade at the “Mega Saver” 16-point fueling station in Omaha, NE. We upgraded their Gilbarco pumps with the Sound Easy Pump™.

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Step 1

Remove the old card reader and pin pad.

Step 2

Precut inserts are used to fill in the spaces left by the old card reader and pin pad. The existing bracket and nuts/bolts/screws are used.

Step 3

Mount in the Sound Easy Pump™/IM20 bracket where the original pin pad was.

Step 4

IM20 preconfigured to the site is mounted to the bracket and power cable attached and plugged in. Plug in the preconfigured IM20. Boarding for the site has been done prior to install and any changes can be performed remotely. On screen Verify WiFi connectivity is established for communication to the indoor bridge .

Step 5

Close up the pump, power on, and test a fueling transaction.

  • Simplified connectivity to current system
  • Platform accepts numerous payment methods, including coupons, wallet apps, loyalty programs and gift cards
  • Integration strategy allows for multiple end points to connect numerous devices to the store
  • Tamper-resistant technology

 

 

 

 

  • Industry is mandating move to EMV by 2021
  • Major target for fraud - eliminate risk and meets industry requirements at a competitive price
  • Payments are done at the terminal, direct to payment processor
  • Remove sensitive PCI data from store networks

 

 

  • Seamless transition - unique, non-intrusive approach to connecting hardware to the pump
  • Unique, non-intrusive approach to connecting hardware to the pump
  • Integration to existing systems
  • 24/7 Tech Support
  • Processor flexibility
  • Wi-Fi from pump to store eliminates costly new cable and downtime

• No other available solution on the market that offers a similar level of features at a cost effective price

The hardware for Sound Easy Pump™ is modern, secure, and designed to withstand even the harshest weather conditions. Along with Sound Payment's software for Sound Easy Pump™, stations have a complete EMV solution.

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IM20 Sound Easy Pump™
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A80 The Bridge

The bridge for Sound Easy Pump connects hardware with major forecourt controllers, re-prints receipts and accepts payments. The Cloud Back Office can run from a browser on any PC, tablet, or phone. It allows for pairing and configuring pumps with the hardware and bridge, pricing changes, real-time transaction reports, alerts when attention is needed, and integration of the in-store POS for reconciliation.