The Pinnacle Corp. announced it has completed its Palm POS interface for Conoco, Phillips66 and 76 branded locations.
Palm POS is designed just for the petroleum convenience store industry. The new NTS host replaces the CPNI5 payment host, and provides Conoco, Phillips66 and 76 branded marketers with increased data measures for payment transactions. Pinnacle’s Phillips 66 NTS interface passed the PA-DSS v2.0 guidelines, according to the PCI Security Standards Council (PCI SSC). The Pinnacle Palm POS with the NTS interface has been approved for installation, and is supported by the NTS payment network.
Denise Lewis, retail solutions manager at The Pinnacle Corp., said her company is “excited to have completed the migration from the legacy CPNI5 network to NTS.”
“Completion of this project enables Pinnacle to continually add incremental value to our current and prospective Palm POS clients that are looking for a POS platform supporting the latest market features and programs in combination with the brand flags they fly,” Lewis said.