EMV in the Cloud a Reality, Says CreditCall CTO Jeremy Gumbley
Gumbley Lays Framework for EMV in the Cloud at Cartes 2012 Presentation.
NEW YORK, Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CreditCall, the market-leading provider of EMV software technology to the global payments industry, announced today that company Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Gumbley will outline the framework and benefits for EMV in the cloud at a special Cartes 2012 presentation on Thursday, November 8.
EMV in the Cloud Software as a Service (SaaS)
November 8, 2012 at 4 p.m.
EMV 2.0 Payment Track, Cartes 2012, Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center, France
Gumbley's Cartes 2012 EMV in the Cloud presentation includes:
- EMV in the Cloud, a viable alternative
- The Cloud as the most suitable platform
- Low cost solution for US EMV migration
- Advantages for hardware suppliers
- Centralized software service
- Lower cost of ownership
- Minimal configuration requirements
"EMV Kernel solutions in the Cloud can offer major benefits for the payments industry, particularly the USA," noted Gumbley. "The U.S. has just begun the process of migrating its payments infrastructure to secure EMV Chip and Pin and Chip and Signature. American Express, Discover, MasterCard and VISA have already publicly declared their roadmaps and the deadlines when all payment terminals must be EMV compliant. We believe that offering EMV Kernel technology in the cloud could potentially offer American terminal makers and others a timely and low cost solution for EMV."
CreditCall has deployed more than 1,000,000 of its EMV Kernel software solutions for Chip and PIN and Chip and Signature terminals worldwide. Its EMV Kernels are used in contact and contactless applications, including card readers, POS, ATMs, petrol pumps, kiosks, ticketing terminals, smartphones and tablets.
CreditCall is exhibiting at Cartes 2012. For more information about the company's EMV solutions, please visit booths 4 J 088 and 4 H 078.
CreditCall has been at the forefront of technology innovation in global payments since 1997. Today, it provides chip based EMV Level 2 Kernel software, card payment solutions for unattended payment systems and the world's first mobile payment app which, in conjunction with a mobile card reader, enables the acceptance of Chip and PIN card payments on Android and BlackBerry smartphones and tablets.
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