eMazzanti Technologies Unveil its EMV Credit Card Technology Upgrade Services
HOBOKEN, NJ: eMazzanti Technologies, an IT consultant and MSP has announced that it is offering EMV credit card technology upgrade services to retail merchants, doctors, attorneys, contractors and other businesses that accept credit cards.
Retailers therefore are seeing to upgrade their point of sale systems so as to escape from the fraud that will shift to the merchant if they do not have an EMV payment system in place. EMV – Europay, MasterCard and Visa which is a standard for compatibility of chip cards and POS terminals is designed to accept the cards and authenticate credit and debit card transactions. This technology helps customers in protecting themselves from fraud and it also reduces losses.
The technology enables bankers in the future to use chip cards keeping aside all credit and debit cards so as to provide more security to the customers’ money. The customers are also given the choice of using their own pin numbers so as to make them more comfortable.
“EMV or chip-and-PIN technology is now the credit card security standard in the United States,” states Jennifer Mazzanti, President, eMazzanti Technologies. “With more than a decade of experience providing retail POS implementations and PCI compliance technology services, eMazzanti is well qualified to assist businesses with EMV card POS solutions.”
Businesses can now transform to this latest technology with the help of eMazzanti’s trained and certified retail POS and PCI compliance experts and sac safeguard both their personal and financial information.
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