FIME is a trusted provider of consulting services, certification and tools. It enables customers to bring seamless card and mobile transactions services to market effectively and confidently using secure chip or cloud-based solutions.
EMV chip testing providers, Barnes International and FIME, have announced that their latest jointly developed card personalization validation (CPV) test tool has been qualified by MasterCard. The tool will support U.S. market in preparing for EMV chip deployment.
Leading payments consultancy FIME today announced SAVVI 2.0 enables faster time to market for EMV terminals in the U.S. With SAVVI 2.0, FIME introduces a simplified user interface, online test card maintenance capabilities and programmable test cards to its trusted test platform.
FIME anticipates upcoming demand for contactless EMV and NFC payments and advises the industry to consider these technologies in their EMV migration plans. FIME also sees value-added resellers (VARs) independent service organizations (ISOs) and independent software vendors (ISVs) playing a large role in guiding retailers through their EMV migrations and NFC implementations.
Official partnership sees FIME consulting, certification services and test tools delivered to Russian banks. It will enable Pronit to combine FIME’s global portfolio of services across the contact and contactless EMV and mobile payments landscape, with its regional knowledge and local language.
FIME TEE test tool becomes ‘Global Device’ to reflect increased capabilities following the addition of new test libraries. The new tool has been upgraded following GlobalPlatform’s advancement of its device compliance program to better support the needs of the mobile services community.
FIME predicts increasing requirement for contactless payment following the launch of Apple’s iPhone 6 and is ready to accommodate additional market demand for contactless payment testing and certification services.
Industry association, GlobalPlatform, has qualified FIME's 'Global' test tool, validating its ability to evaluate the functionality of secure elements (SEs) to support payment, telecom and identity applications.