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Mastercard partners Verifone and Global Payments to speed up EMV transactions

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Mastercard is joining forces with payments industry leaders to enhance and expedite the consumer checkout experience leveraging the company’s M/Chip Fast technology. M/Chip Fast prioritizes the parts of a transaction critical to security to speed chip checkout times.

Verifone intends to incorporate M/Chip Fast into its products deployed in the United States. Verifone products, including the FIPay line, are used by most of the top 200 U.S. retailers and will help drive greater adoption of faster EMV technology.

“Verifone is committed to creating faster and easier payment experiences for merchants and their customers. This collaboration with Mastercard covers a myriad of different use cases across a range of retail verticals,” said Paul Galant, chief executive officer of Verifone.

Global Payments will make the faster EMV technology available to key merchants in the fast food, grocery, transit and other retail environments, where speed is critical to the consumer experience.

David Mangum, president and chief operating officer of Global Payments said, “Global Payments is continually looking for ways to drive better, faster point-of-sale experiences to its merchants and we are pleased to work with Mastercard to deliver this technology.” 

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