Andrew Molloy

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Launch a Successful EMV-Enabled mPOS Solution in 3 Easy Steps

Many independent software vendors (ISVs) in the US service a wide range of industries, and with last October’s liability shift it can be a daunting task for them to get to market with EMV-enabled mPOS solutions that fit their customers’ needs. In our previous blog post, we discussed 3 key challenges that ISVs face while enabling EMV for their mPOS solutions, including the complexities of implementing EMV as compared to magstripe, the time-consuming certification process and high costs. However, when following the right steps, ISVs can combat these challenges and get to market quickly with their EMV-enabled mPOS solutions in just three easy steps.

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IMPACT REPORT: 451 Research Weighs in On Ingenico’s mPOS EMV SDK

The evolution of the POS led to the founding of mPOS which revolutionized the world of payments. Among many benefits, mPOS enables merchants to accept multiple forms of cashless payments anywhere. Whether it is within the store in the aisle or even out on the streets at a farmer’s market, merchants are no longer limiting themselves to accepting just cash as payment. According to a report by 451 Research the global mPOS installed base will grow at a CAGR of 32 percent between 2015 and 2019 – exceeding 54 million units by the end of that time frame. With this growth in sight, retailers, ISVs, and developers need to think about integrating payments into their innovative business applications. A big obstacle for these ISVs and developers is the EMV migration. The long and expensive process of EMV certification delays an ISV’s go-to-market plan for their solution. What these ISVs and developers need is a power SDK to do the heavy lifting of these certifications for them.

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