With the US migrating to chip-based EMV cards and mobile payment solutions being implemented on a range of connected devices, it is an exciting time to be part of the US payments industry. The Bell ID team is active in a number of industry associations, not least the EMV Migration Forum, and we have channeled this knowledge and expertise into a new version of our EMV migration white paper: ‘EMV Chips in the U.S. – Why has it Taken so Long? Seven Myths that Delayed Migration’.
This paper is a revised version of a document entitled ‘Six Myths Preventing EMV Chip Migration in the United States’, which was published by Bell ID in 2011. Since the first draft, EMV chips have been mandated by the payment systems for the U.S. market and the banking sector is now moving forward with its adoption of EMV technology to meet the 2015 deadline.
But why has it taken so long? The key aim of this paper is to share with readers what we recognize as the seven common ‘myths’ which delayed U.S. EMV migration and to present the facts behind them.
Download the ‘EMV Chips in the U.S. – Why has it Taken so Long? Seven Myths that Delayed Migration’ white paper now to discover the seven ‘EMV chip myths’.
Interested in learning more? Check out our video on EMV migration in the U.S. or learn how Bell ID’s technology can smooth your EMV migration.