Miami-Dade County is modernizing payments with the expansion of iNovah EMV chip card acceptance in two new County agencies. With iNovah’s integrated EMV solution, customers of the Clerk of Courts office and Seaport Department will now be able to make quick and easy payments using their chip cards.
As a client since 1998, Miami-Dade County has trusted iNovah Enterprise Revenue Management (ERM) to accept and manage County revenue through one central platform. The addition of iNovah’s EMV chip card technology will bring many benefits, including increased fraud protection, greater operational efficiency, and secure transactions for staff and citizens across the County.
The County will also gain enhanced payment security, while still maintaining full connectivity to the iNovah revenue management hub. Because the solution was designed to integrate with iNovah, cashiers can accept EMV chip card payments and conduct all payment processing and reporting without ever leaving the iNovah system. iNovah’s integrated card processing seamlessly connects to eliminate the manual entry of credit card information for County staff, thus reducing customer payment times and eliminating avoidable errors.
Miami-Dade County customers can also look forward to increased payment flexibility, including the ability to pay using digital mobile wallets through options such as: Apple Pay, Google Pay and contactless payment methods.
System Innovators is proud to partner with Miami-Dade County as they continue to grow and expand their revenue management capabilities across the organization.