Managing the Migration to EMV and NFC Payment Technology

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Understand better the functional and security standards stipulated when deploying EMV

The United States is still in the preparation stage for EMV migration. While the U.S. can learn from different markets that have already deployed the technology, stakeholders can also benefit financially by making a single investment that would result in the delivery of a combined EMV and near field communication (NFC) payment environment.

Readers of the Frost & Sullivan white paper on the successful and efficient market deployment of EMV and NFC technologies will gain an understanding of the functional and security standards that are stipulated when deploying EMV, as well as an appreciation of the certification process and how this will impact product time to market.

Table of contents

  1. EMV and NFC: The Opportunities Created by a Chip Landscape
  2. The Drivers for Worldwide Deployment of EMV Secure Chip Payment Technology
  3. The Chip-Based Infrastructure and Other Technologies
  4. NFC: An Emerging Technology
  5. The Added Value of the NFC-Based Mobile Payments
  6. Specifications and Standards: Creating an Interoperable Payment Landscape
  7. Contactless Payment Standards and the Challenges Between Stakeholders
  8. Union of the Payment Systems
  9. How to Implement a Trusted and Sustainable Infrastructure
  10. What an Issuer or a Personalization Bureau Should Remember Before Introducing an EMV/NFC Product
  11. What an Acquirer or a Processor Needs to Understand When Deploying EMV/NFC POS Terminals
  12. What a Merchant Needs to Take into Account
  13. Markets Integration Strategy

The authors

Frost & Sullivan

Growth Consulting company

Frost & Sullivan works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today’s market participants. For more than 50 years, they have been developing growth strategies for the Global 1000, emerging businesses, the public sector and the investment community.