Creditcall, the omni-channel payment gateway and EMV Kernel provider, today announced that it has received Mastercard Emerging Payment Support Accreditation (MEPSA) in the program categories Guidance and Technical Support to Acquirers.
The accreditation acknowledges Creditcall’s expertise and skills to provide technical guidance and support to Mastercard customers, i.e. acquirers, issuers and processors, during their preparation, implementation and testing phases of their EMV contact, contactless or dual interface projects.
Mastercard is managing the MEPSA program to accredit third party companies to help their customers recognize suppliers who can provide expert support before, during and after migration to contact EMV chip cards and contactless projects. Creditcall has been accredited to support and guide Mastercard customers in their technical choices and deliver technical support to acquirers by providing technical training and support new technology implementations.
“We are delighted that Mastercard has recognized our expertise in providing our customers with emerging payments guidance and technical support for their EMV contact and contactless projects,” said Sian Bosley, VP of business development at Creditcall. “This accreditation, together with our activity as an EMVCo Business and Technical Associate and PCI SSC Participating Organization is a testimony of our commitment to enable a seamless transition to EMV for our attended and unattended POS and mPOS customers worldwide.”
Creditcall’s blend of Payment Gateway expertise and EMV Kernel experience gives the company an unprecedented understanding of the complex and nuanced payments industry. Its omni-channel payment gateway is used in retail, hospitality, parking, vending, transportation and charities and unifies payment transactions made in-store, self-service, online and mobile. Payment device manufacturers worldwide, use Creditcall’s contact and contactless EMV Level 1 Libraries and Level 2 Kernels reducing project complexity, risk and time.
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