EMV Migration & Issuance Consulting
Learn how you can migrate to EMV and what you need to do for issuing EMV cards.
After a long period of magnetic cards, EMV is established on a chip-based payment specification. Its standards were defined in 1994 by Europay, MasterCard and Visa and they formed EMVCo to specify EMV’s global regulations for enabling EMV payment transactions standards globally.
These regulations include card, terminal, security and key management issues and they are growing with upcoming payment methods which uses EMVs infrastructure like NFC, HCE and QR code payment methods.
Today EMVCo has six partners that are working in harmony on EMV standards: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, UnionPay, Discover and JCB, MasterCard.
Increase your speed
Since EMV issuance is a delicate subject and has many different regulations that banks must comply with, sometimes it becomes painful to follow every regulation and change your system according to its requirements. It is even harder if you haven’t issued an EMV card before and now migrating to an EMV system.
These regulations seems too complex to deal with at the first place and understanding the requirements can slow your development speed which you actually must focus on.
At this point, getting an experienced consultancy on regulations prevent time losses and delays in your project agenda and increases your development and issuance speed dramatically.
Do not have regrets
Our expert team can guide you well on every subject for the migration and issuance system for EMV and thus increase your development speed for you actual needs.
Please contact us for more information and let’s discuss about how we can help you with these complex subjects and speed your issuance or migration process.
Why keep!in EMV Issuance & Migration Consulting
- More than 10 years of EMV ISSUANCE Experience
- Know-how on payment scheme and EMV’s latest regulations and requirements
- Completion of many successful global projects which were guided from scratch
- Daily active support