This week sees the smart card industry head for Salt Lake City to attend the Smart Card Alliance Payments Summit. The Bell ID team is located at booth 123 and ready to discuss all things related to EMV migration, trusted service management (TSM) and near field communication (NFC).
BlackBerry Mobile Payments
Following Bell ID’s announcement last month that BlackBerry (Research in Motion) is using our token manager software in its secure element manager (SEM) solution for NFC mobile payments, come and speak to the team to find out more about this platform. Our experts can explain how the software enables TSM solutions to supply service providers, such as banks and retailers, with the means to securely provision, store and update their credentials and applications on NFC capable devices.
U.S. EMV Migration
Bell ID’s EMV expert David Worthington, Principle Consultant for Payment and Chip Technology, will also be in attendance to answer any questions that you may have on the US’ migration to chip payment cards. He will be delivering a presentation that will share with delegates some of our real-world experiences of deploying and managing migration solutions in the Canadian and European markets. The session is part of the EMV and Mobile Channels in the EMV Payments Track on Wednesday 06 February at 10:45.
We look forward to seeing you at the show!
Not attending, but would like to find out more? Watch our 90 second video on how to issue EMV and NFC on a single platform.