Test tool significantly speeds up terminal integration testing and certification for acquirers, processors, merchants, VARs & ISVs across multiple payment brands.
San Jose, Calif. - FIME’s EMV Level 3 test platform Savvi 3.0 – used by acquirers, processors, merchants, VARs and ISVs globally for terminal integration testing – is now available for the U.S. with expanded testing functionality and the most extensive range of international and domestic payment scheme qualifications of any tool on the market.
Savvi 3.0 and FIME consulting services can help the U.S. to address key areas of the current migration to EMV, including:
A key new element of the Savvi 3.0 is the FIME Card Emulator, a pocket-sized portable card emulator and reader that enables card logs to be captured automatically and instantly uploaded to the test platform, which in turn automatically analyzes the results.
“Acquirers and merchants have a lot to consider when it comes to testing and certification,” comments Xavier Giandominici, Vice President, Americas and Financial Services at FIME. “There’s a growing number of payment system specifications that EMV testers must keep up with - Savvi delivers the support for this and automates it. Our EMV consultants report that Savvi 3.0 significantly speeds-up test projects, so acquirers and merchants will now find pre-certification, regression testing and formal approval quicker and easier.”
FIME is an industry-recognized EMV implementation partner. It enables acquirers and merchants to achieve fast and efficient execution of certification projects, whether they are performed in-house or outsourced. In addition to Savvi Test Platform, FIME’s experts offer a complete project test service, technical consulting for payment system requirements and terminal-integration training for developers and testers. Find out more.
[i] Mastercard’s ATM fraud liability shift is October 2016. Visa's ATM liability shift is October 2017