Payments service provider CreditCall has announced that parking management systems Duncan Solutions has selected its contact and contactless EMV Level 2 Kernels to migrate its services to the EMV standard. Duncan Solutions will deploy the solution in its Pay & Display and Pay & Go payment machines across Australasia, APAC and North America.
Trent Loebel, General Manager APAC at Duncan Solutions, comments: “EMV migration is an important milestone for us and we knew we had to partner with a market leader to make it a success. We chose CreditCall because it could offer both contact and contactless payment solutions and it clearly had the market and parking sector knowledge crucial to this project.”
Ian Kerr, COO at CreditCall, comments: “That Duncan Solutions has selected CreditCall illustrates our proven expertise and established offering in both payments as a whole and, specifically, the parking sector. It also shows our ability to reach across regions, most notably in APAC, where we see a growing demand for EMV-compliant services.”
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