CreditCall now offering US EMV Migration solutions for terminal manufacturers and integrators
Payment gateway and EMV software specialist CreditCall, is leading its approach to the US electronic payments industry at ETA 2012 Annual Meeting & Expo in Las Vegas on April 17-19.
- (1888PressRelease) April 12, 2012 - Following MasterCard, Visa and Discovery's announcements on how chip card migration will progress in the US over the next few years, CreditCall is already helping card reader manufacturers and terminal integrators with critical transaction EMV Kernel software.
It is expected that companies in fields as diverse as ATMs, kiosks, parking, fuel dispensing and ticketing will be looking to migrate their equipment to EMV compliance in order to accept chip based cards.
The EMV Level 2 Kernel is a critical software component within the payment device that facilitates the more complex requirements of a Chip based EMV transaction. CreditCall has a 10 year track record of over 100 certified Kernels to its name and has deployed over 1 million Kernels worldwide.
Jeremy Gumbley, CTO at CreditCall explains "It is expected that companies offering a variety of payment devices such as ATMs, Kiosks, Parking Meter, Fuel Pumps and Ticketing machines, will be looking to migrate their equipment to EMV compliance in order to accept chip based transactions. CreditCall's hardware independent solutions put these companies in charge of their EMV Migration, allowing them to have a Kernel certified in their own name."
CreditCall invites anyone interested in the hot topic of EMV migration to visit them during ETA 2012 in Las Vegas on April 17-19 at Booth 1050 to discuss their EMV migration plans.
CreditCall (http://www.creditcall.com) is a specialist payment services provider and transaction gateway with global recognition for innovation in credit card acceptance.
The company provides ultra-high reliability card payment solutions which are deployed for e-Commerce, Mail Order, Call Centres, and any kind of unattended terminal including parking machines, ticketing terminals, and self-service kiosks.
In addition to card payment processing, CreditCall has been developing and certifying Chip and PIN EMV Level 2 Kernel software (http://www.level2kernel.com) for over a decade and are used globally in contact and contactless environments such as card readers, ATMs, vending machines, smartphone POS and contactless devices.
Most recently, CreditCall has launched CardEase Mobile (http://www.cardeasemobile.com), the world's first Chip and PIN payment app and fully EMV certified and bank approved card reader enabling credit and debit card acceptance on smartphones and tablets. The solution is white labelled and rebranded by its acquiring partners such as Elavon, with CreditCall providing the app and payment gateway services.
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