In 2015, the US financial industry began a massive migration to the EMV standard in response to overwhelming levels of payment card fraud. The inherent security of EMV technology in... more
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The major payments networks set the path for the US payments industry to begin the shift to EMV chip cards in 2011. One of the leading factors was that chip... more
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The results of a new survey has been released from group of payment networks and card issuers lobbying against merchants in which the key findings are that merchants should “step... more
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Traveller expectations are at an all-time high. In the age of on-demand, mobile services and the convenience of ‘tap-and-go’ M-Ticketing technology, the public transport industry is under increasing pressure to deliver the same, high-quality interoperable experience with its ticketing solutions. While the pressure is on to deliver new services, the benefits of next-gen ticketing are [...]
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Cards and card payment at the point of sale and online showed solid growth rates in most European countries in 2017. This was supported by the rollout of contactless technologies, digital wallets and mobile NFC HCE payments. We examine the statistics and notable trends from the latest Payment Card Yearbooks. Cards in issue and card [...]
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