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Case study: How one channel manager keeps out of PCI DSS scope

Case study: How one channel manager keeps out of PCI DSS scope

Geoff Milton

We suppose that some organizations handle so much payment card information daily, that they may lose sight of the risks involved. Certainly those in hospitality, with publicized breaches appearing in the media, don't fall in that category: they're well aware that they need to be PCI compliant, or face some heavy penalties and a damaged reputation.
 

The path toward compliance can include tokenization solutions, where payment card data is exchanged for a token. And while they may meet PCI DSS standards, they are generally proprietary payment service gateway vendors, which prevent customers from searching for other, more affordable and effective services.
 

UK-based Welcome Systems scoped the solutions, until it found PCI Booking, which lets them outsource their PCI compliance affordably, using any payment gateway.
 

You can read all about it in the Hotel Business UK case study. 

Have questions about the steps to PCI compliance? Contact us; we'll be happy to help you.

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