EMV is an acronym for Europay, MasterCard and Visa. Essentially, a set of international standards defining interoperability of secure transactions through a payment processing network. EMV cards contain special computer chips designed to integrate with an EMV-enabled device to protect customers from card-present fraud and merchants from liability. This technology enables more robust cardholder verification to protect against and reduce the risk of card-present fraud.
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Merchants should want a fully-integrated EMV solution because a semi-integrated EMV solution means merchants are dealing with more vendors. Merchants do not have time to troubleshoot errors and contact multiple vendors. If a processing error occurs it will be resolved through a single call to our 5-Star customer support team. Multiple vendors can lead to a more complex user processing and support experience. We are confident the fully-integrated PayTrace EMV solution provides more comprehensive reporting capabilities, a better payment experience and the best support experience.
PayTrace EMV is a browser-based, virtual terminal solution. PayTrace EMV is certified on the TSYS processing network. Sales partners must order the VAR sheet with the terminal authentication code (TAC) enabled.
We currently support the Ingenico iPP320 EMV card reader with a custom PayTrace configuration to support EMV certification. All previous EMV card reader configuration files must be deleted before installation.
Designed to work on desktop and laptop computers, we currently support IE11 and FireFox (version 55 or higher). Users will need to update to Java™ (version 8 or higher). It is generally a good idea to use the most current version of Java.
Many merchants have savvy IT in-house staff. Early tests of our EMV solution were successful within both Linux and Windows thin client environments. We recognize and respect this technical acumen, however, because of multiple and highly unique variables, PayTrace cannot effectively troubleshoot thin client network configurations. PayTrace is only able to support configurations within the system requirements listed above.
PayTrace EMV is certified on the TSYS processing network with a terminal authentication code (TAC). It is important to order the VAR sheet that has the proper TAC enabled.
EMV is available now.
PayTrace invites resellers to ontact email@example.com to schedule your classes today.
Schedule a 30-minute class to see EMV in action, prepare for conversations with merchants, understand the process of ordering an EMV card reader, experience PayTrace training and support and discover why PayTrace is the best EMV solution.
Merchants, contact your service provider to begin your installations today.
If merchants do not want to be liable for counterfeit transactions processed in person, they will need an EMV-enabled device.
We currently support the Ingenico iPP320 device with a customized PayTrace configuration to support EMV certification.
Contact your merchant service provider to get more information on ordering your EMV-enabled card reader.
Our current version of EMV is an option to our virtual terminal product.
PayTrace is developing EMV for API that developers can use to build secure and powerful extensions to their applications.