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Amit Gami

January 18, 2021

We understand that when starting a business, you will probably get bombarded with paperwork filled with all sorts of acronyms that may seem obvious to the sender, but not so obvious to new businesses looking to take payments. For this reason, we’ve collated a list of the most commonly used acronyms in the payment sector.

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Amit Gami

January 18, 2021

Before we look at how a modern day chip and PIN machine works, let’s first see how they came into existence. Chips are integrated circuits also known as IC or microchips. Robert Nyce developed the first iteration of a chip in 1959.

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Amit Gami

January 18, 2021

PDQ in the term PDQ machine stands for ‘Process Data Quickly’. The term was historically used in the earlier generations for Point of Sale (POS) terminals. Visa was responsible for bringing us PDQ machines in March 1980.

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