According to a report published by the Royal Gazette, Bermuda-based payment platform provider Powertranz and Atlanta payment security firm Bluefin are partnering to support the Jamaican JETS Multilink debit card.

The companies introduced the first self-integrated contactless kiosk for the Caribbean last year with NRT kiosks.

Bluefin, Powertranz and NRT teamed with Scotiabank to develop a solution for C&W Communications, a telecommunications and entertainment provider in the Caribbean, which included developing the payment application, integrating the device in the kiosk software, and certifying the device with Fiserv for Mastercard, VISA, Discover and AMEX. C&W Communications operates over 100 NRT-Opal bill payment kiosks in 14 countries in the Caribbean.

The report stated that now the solution supports the JETS MultiLink debit card in Jamaica, a critical part of the financial landscape.

JETS Limited is an electronic banking service company operating Jamaica’s national debit card network whose registered service brand is “MultiLink”.

All JETS member institutions, as issuers, offer their customers access to cash from their own accounts through the MultiLink Network whether at automated banking machines or at point of sale terminals. MultiLink supports over a million users who use it to draw more than $85 billion per year.