The Transition to EMV Technology: Are You Ready?

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What you need to know about EMV, and how Capgemini can help you make an easy, cost-effective transition In 1994, Europay, MasterCard® and Visa® formed a collaboration to ensure security and global interoperability. The result was the EMV standard for inter-operation of integrated circuit cards. Today, there are almost 1 billion EMV chip cards in […]

What you need to know about EMV, and how Capgemini can help you make an easy, cost-effective transition

In 1994, Europay, MasterCard® and Visa® formed a collaboration to ensure security and global interoperability. The result was the EMV standard for inter-operation of integrated circuit cards. Today, there are almost 1 billion EMV chip cards in use globally, and EMV is now the global standard for credit and debit payment cards based on chip card technology. However, the U.S. has lagged behind the rest of the world in accepting and transitioning to chip card technology. As a result, U. S. magstripe cards are more vulnerable to fraud, and increasingly other countries refuse to accept them.

When you’re ready to make the transition to EMV, let Capgemini’s technical expertise and on-the-ground experience with EMV ensure that your transition will be efficient, cost-effective, and flawless.

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