18th June 2015
The U.S.A. is widely regarded to be one of the most advanced economies in the world; at the forefront of technological advancements. However when it comes to EMV migration they have remained behind the curve. 96% of Europe’s card present transactions use EMV in comparison to America’s 0.03% – arguably resulting in the U.S. contributing to 51% of global credit card fraud. With the EMV liability shift deadline looming we look at why the case for EMV not only lies in reducing fraud, but also as the building blocks for the future of mobile payments.
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For further information on EMV and how making the shift today can be the stepping stone to future mobile payments, check out the following links:
Whitepaper: EMV: The stepping stone to mobile
Webinar: EMV: A stepping stone to Mobile