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.
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.
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The ChipDNA API is the simplest and most cost effective way of adding EMV transaction processing to Windows or Linux based attended or unattended Point of Sale (POS) applications.
We make card acceptance simple from any device, anywhere. Whether attended, unattended, online or mobile, our award-winning EMV-ready payment gateway and EMV Migration solutions are at the very heart of our clients' businesses, ensuring payments flow - every second of every day.
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These experts share how retail solutions providers can capitalize on the hottest payments trends in 2016.
Developers, ISVs and VARs face significant challenges in payment security. EMV, P2PE, and tokenization are generally accepted as the best, most effective combination of security methods.
As a retail IT VAR, you know as of Oct. 1, liability for fraudulent payment card transactions shifts from card issuers to the party with the least EMV-compliant technology — which could be your merchant client. Some of your clients could still be asking, beyond the liability shift, why the transition is necessary.
POS upgrades, new payment technologies, security solutions, and payment services could pique the interest of your prospects interested in EMV.
Payment security remains a topic of great consequence in North America due to the recent number of cardholder data breaches as well as the EMV liability shift.
Creditcall, the payment gateway provider and EMV migration specialist, has provided the payment functionality for card payment specialist Handepay’s Mobile Point of Sale (mPOS) initiative, Handepay MobilePAY.
With an October 2015 deadline fast approaching, VARs and ISVs should be pushing EMV to merchants with urgency.
Lars Pedersen, Creditcall’s new CEO, answers Business Solutions’ questions on progress in the U.S. toward EMV adoption, challenges IT solutions providers are facing, and resources available to solutions providers.
Creditcall, the EMV-ready payment gateway provider and EMV Migration specialist, has been selected by new software and payment terminal manufacturer Poynt to ensure EMV compliance for its new Smart Terminal device.
Creditcall, the EMV-ready payment gateway provider and EMV Migration specialist, recently announced the launch of ChipDNA Lite.
Creditcall, the EMV-ready payment gateway provider and EMV migration specialist, recently announced its selection by kiosk lockdown software provider KioWare for its transition to EMV by integrating Creditcall’s EMV Migration solutionChipDNA. ChipDNA is a plug and play SDK that provides the simplest and fastest way to EMV, arming KioWare’s customers with EMV readiness ahead of the October 2015 U.S. Liability Shift.
Consumers have come to expect the freedom to conduct a payment transaction at their own convenience and on their own terms – whether on a tablet, mobile phone, at work in front of their PC, or at a kiosk. While the origins of kiosks pre-date any connected device – more sophisticated kiosks are a growing trend and business – particularly in-store.
Veteran technology leader joins company to accelerate its ability to meet growing demand for EMV Migration Solutions in North America
Jeremy Gumbley, CTO of Creditcall, tells how the U.S. compares to other countries’ progress in their EMV migration at a year before the deadline, as well as what IT solutions providers should be doing for their customers now.
With deadlines looming and liability policies shifting, the U.S. is facing major changes to the payments landscape over the next few years. Supporting the migration to EMV, EMV-ready payment gateway provider Creditcall has published a complete guide for ISVs, Integrators and VARs to navigate through the challenges, risks and benefits of EMV Migration and provides potential solutions.
Around the globe, countries have adopted EMV technology to combat against fraud. A report from Europol says 80 percent of fraud outside the European Union, using EU payment cards, occurs in the U.S.
While recent data breaches in the U.S. have put the spotlight on EMV transactions and the how the U.S. is behind the rest of the world in payments security, there is a “second tier” of security that can be taken on top of implementing EMV. EMV is a viable and necessary weapon in the battle to protect consumers’ data — but there are other layers of security that can further protect consumers’ card information that should serve to mitigate the fallout from future breaches.
While credit card fraud is in no way a laughing matter, the latest figures around the amount of customer data comprised and dollars stolen are quite astonishing. Nearly 70 million customers’ credit card data was reported stolen from the Target breach alone and an annual figure of $11 billion lost was recently reported by Javelin Strategy & Research.
One of the most common decisions faced by payment terminal or ATM manufacturers is whether to develop in house or buy in the technology of this critical component.
The payments industry has evolved considerably in recent years. A combination of consumer demand and technological innovation continues to impact how transactions are initiated and processed. Merchants have had to deal with the constantly changing face of point-of-sale, while banks have had to invest in the infrastructure and processes to support the increasing volume of electronic payment transactions. With contactless and mobile offering the next wave of opportunity, attention is also focused on keeping pace with innovation and achieving competitive advantage.