Creditcall makes card acceptance simple from any device, anywhere. Whether attended, unattended, online or mobile payments, our award-winning EMV-ready payment gateway and EMV Migration solutions are at the very heart of our clients’ businesses, ensuring payments flow – all day, every day.
Founded in 1996 and with over 14 years of EMV experience, Creditcall has a proven track record in providing payment gateway services and offers EMV Migration solutions that are tried and tested.
- Our EMV Migration solution, ChipDNA, is a rapid EMV Migration SDK for Windows, Linux, iOS and Android. It greatly helps ISVs transition from older magnetic stripe technology to EMV and Chip technology. ChipDNA is the easiest and most cost effective way of adding EMV payment functionality into an attended or unattended Point of Sale (POS) application.
- We were the first EMV-ready Payment Gateway in the U.S., and completed our EMV certification in April 2014.
- Our Chip-based EMV Level 1 and EMV Level 2 Kernel software is used globally in contact and contactless environments such as ATMs, mPOS, card readers, PINpads and other POS devices.
- We are the first EMV-compliant mPOS solution to allow businesses accept Chip and PIN cards ‘on the go’ via smartphones and tablets.
Millions of users and billions of transactions depend on Creditcall EMV technology each and every day. Creditcall works collaboratively with companies across Europe, North and South America, South Africa and Asia-Pacific to deliver business-critical payment solutions. Clients include ATOS, DHL, Elavon, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Toyota, Wayne (a GE Company) and Westfield.
To learn more, visit us at http://www.creditcall.com/ChipDNA
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