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Dresser Wayne iX ™ Pay Kits Set A New Standard For Pay-At-The-Pump Security

Upgradeable  solution helps fuel retailers  to meet new regulatory requirements and helps protect  motorists from fraud.

AUSTIN, TX (May 15, 2009) – Dresser Wayne (, a global innovator of fuel dispensers and technologies, announces the iX™ Pay Secure Payment retrofit kits for Dresser Wayne and Tokheim fuel dispensers. Certified to the most stringent level of Payment Card Industry (PCI) Encrypting PIN Pad (EPP) requirements, the upgradeable kits help to protect motorists against payment card fraud and help fuel retailers protect their site investments.

Using the iX Pay Secure Payment retrofit kits, fuel retailers can bring their dispensers into compliance with the stringent PCI EPP 2.0 payment security specification. The first to be offered in the industry, the iX Pay Secure Payment capability has been shipping in new factory-built Dresser Wayne dispensers since January 2009.

“The recent PCI Encrypting PIN Pad payment security mandates are a critical issue for fuel retailers,” says Tim Weston, product manager for payment technologies. “Customers have been able to rely on Dresser Wayne’s technology leadership for more than 100 years. Drawing on our leadership in outdoor payment, we have developed a solution that addresses payment security concerns and has been designed with upgradeability and serviceability features. This helps protect motorists and reduces the total cost of ownership for the retailer,” he continued.

The iX Pay Secure Payment solution, including both hardware and software, provides fuel retailers with lower total-cost-of-ownership and helps to future-proof-the-forecourt.

Key benefits for fuel retailers include:

  • Ability to meet regulatory requirements -- The only PCI EPP 2.0-compliant payment solution that seamlessly integrates into Dresser Wayne and Tokheim dispensers for a streamlined appearance, enhanced durability, and efficient maintenance for lower total cost of ownership.
  • Technology simplification and standardization -- Designed to use the same payment components across dispenser model lines, standardizing support components and further simplifying maintenance and cost of ownership.
  • Flexibility, modularity and upgradeability -- A modular design that allows retailers to cost- effectively add new capabilities to meet future security regulations, and supports optional features, such as iX Media in-dispenser multimedia promotions that can help increase in-store sales.

iX Pay Secure Payment retrofit kits for existing Dresser Wayne Ovation® series dispensers are currently available for installation in the United States and Canada. Support for select Dresser Wayne Vista® and Tokheim Premier dispensers is planned for mid-2009.

Dresser Wayne experts will be available to address questions on PCI compliance at the NACStech conference May 18 to 20 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas. Tim Weston and Dave Thompson, vice president of engineering, will be participating in conference panels to discuss PCI and Triple-DES compliance. Visit booth 417 to learn more about the iX Pay Secure Payment solution and other advanced payment and forecourt system products.

About Wayne Fueling Systems

Wayne Fueling Systems is one of the world’s largest suppliers of fuel dispensers, payment terminals, forecourt control devices, point-of-sale and other measurement and control solutions to the retail and commercial fueling industry. Wayne has been at the forefront of innovation since it was founded in 1891 and is responsible for many of the breakthrough technologies that have transformed fuel retailing. Through a global network of distributors and service partners, Wayne products are sold and supported in over 140 countries around the world. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Wayne also has major design and assembly operations in Sweden, Brazil and China.