Provider of chip and mobile software solutions Aconite has announced that Fiserv Inc. has selected its Smart EMV Manager solution to further enhance its EMV card processing systems with advanced capability.
Operating across a range of card processing platforms, Fiserv needed a single solution that could be deployed in a standard way to provide a consistent EMV migration experience for their thousands of card issuing clients in the U.S. Aconite’s Smart EMV Manager provides a proven, highly configurable solution that is simple to install, reducing risk and complexity, but incorporating a package of advanced EMV features. Smart EMV Manager will help Fiserv in the field in EMV capability and introduce value-added EMV services in future. Smart EMV Manager is one component of Aconite’s integrated solution family that encompasses chip card and token lifecycle management, NFC Mobile management and advanced PIN management.
“Aconite is immensely pleased to announce this partnership with Fiserv,” said Patrick Regester, EVP Sales and Marketing at Aconite. “With EMV migration now under way in the U.S., Aconite’s unrivalled track record of supporting EMV card issuers and processors around the world stands us in good stead to bring our expertise and advanced solution set into the U.S. market. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with Fiserv.”
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