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Creditcall and Lans Holdings partner on EMV migration offering

21 July 2015  |  1970 views  |  0 Source: Creditcall

Creditcall, the EMV-ready payment gateway and EMV Migration specialist has partnered with payment solution provider Lans Holdings.

The integration of Creditcall’s EMV-ready payment gateway and point of sale (POS) solutions with Lans Holdings’ payment solutions, provides developers and integrators the tools for a timely, secure and cost effective EMV migration path, ahead of the Liability Shift on October 1, 2015.

Creditcall and Lans Holdings have combined their technologies to deliver a best in class EMV technology, reducing the time to market, cost and complexity of EMV certification while providing choice in EMV chip card readers and access to major U.S. processors. Lans Holdings’ Payment-Engine – powered by Creditcall’s EMV Migration solutions ChipDNA and Mobile Point of Sale(mPOS) – offers a market leading solution for the transition to EMV for Value Added Resellers (VARs), Independent Software Developers (ISVs) and merchants.

The Payment-Engine includes a virtual terminal, hosted payment pages, email invoicing, and shopping cart integration tools. It comes with over 25 power packed modules to enable businesses to better manage information critical to success.
Creditcall’s POS Solutions Bring EMV and P2PE to Lans Holdings Payment Processing Platform Payment-Engine
Lans Holdings can simply add EMV chip card payments acceptance to any POS solution no matter if in-store or mobile with ChipDNA for Windows, Windows CE and Linux and mPOS for iOS and Android. Both card present solutions are semi-integrated EMV Migration Software Development Kits (SDKs) that drive an EMV chip card reader through a complete EMV transaction.

Creditcall’s EMV Migration solutions process contact and contactless transactions including Apple Pay and come with Point to Point Encryption (P2PE), a Terminal Management System (TMS) for remote updates of a fleet of EMV chip card readers and a real-time transaction reporting and management tool.

In a rapidly evolving payments markets, Creditcall futureproofs all of its EMV Migration solutions by continuously incorporating new standards and technologies.

“By partnering with EMV Migration specialist Creditcall, we can take advantage of their 15 years of EMV expertise. Creditcall’s ChipDNA and mPOS solution enable us to swiftly, securely and cost effectively provide EMV chip card payments to VARs, ISVs and merchants. In addition, our customers will be able to choose their preferred EMV chip card reader and processor,” said Anthony Ribas, director of Lans Holdings. “With Creditcall at the heart of our Payment-Engine, we not only can offer the best EMV Migration solution but can also accommodate future payment methods including contactless such as Apple Pay.”

“We are delighted to have been selected by Lans Holdings for their EMV Migration efforts. Our EMV solutions will help Lans Holdings migrate to EMV with ease and without concern about the lengthy and costly EMV certification processes,” said Sian Bosley, commercial director of Creditcall. ”Enabling EMV compliance is vital for merchants who want to benefit from the Liability Shift and be freed of the responsibility to cover the cost caused by fraudulent transactions.”

A free lite version of ChipDNA is available to developers for download, to evaluate its suitability for their own unique EMV Migration projects.

Lans Holdings provides developer tools and resources in their PaymentSandBox where integrators can leverage the EMV Cert Lab to get their vertical market solution up to date to help merchants prepare for the upcoming October Liability Shift. 

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