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CreditCall CTO Jeremy Gumbley to Makes Case for "EMV in the Cloud" at SmartCard Alliance Summit in Salt Lake City

EMV in the Cloud - A Viable Solution for the US EMV Migration Says Gumbley

NEW YORK, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CreditCall Limited, a leading provider of EMV Level 1 and Level 2 Kernel software to terminal manufacturers worldwide www.level2kernel.com announced today that Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Gumbley will speak at the annual SmartCard Alliance Payments Summit in Salt Lake City, February 5-7, 2013.  Gumbley will discuss EMV in the Cloud as a viable solution for the EMV migration effort in the United States.

The Smartcard Alliance Payment Summit has grown to be the U.S. payment industry's leading forum for smart, secure payment technology, implementation, and markets. The 2013 Summit will feature all key transaction platforms including EMV card payments, mobile payments, and transit payments.

Gumbley's EMV in the Cloud presentation will cover:

  • The current US EMV landscape.
  • Benefits and risks of EMV in the Cloud.
  • How terminal manufacturers - in particular mobile POS - can benefit.
  • A low cost solution for the US EMV Migration?

Presentation Details:

What: 

EMV in the Cloud – A Viable Solution for the U.S. EMV Migration

When:

February 7, 2013 at 8:30-10:00am, Convergence Session

Where: 

6th Annual Smartcard Alliance Payments Summit, Grand America Hotel, Salt Lake City, Utah

About CreditCall
CreditCall, the 2012 Appsters award winner for best payment app, specializes in payment gateway services and processing of credit and debit card payments within unattended, online and mobile environments across Europe, the United States and Canada.  CreditCall is also a leading provider of EMV Level 1 and 2 Kernel Software for terminal manufactures worldwide www.level2kernel.com.  In the USA, CreditCall is based in New York City, NY with global headquarters in Bristol, Great Britain. 

For more information, visit www.creditcall.com

For more information, contact: 
Ingrid Anusic
CreditCall Ltd. 
[email protected]
+44 (0)117 930 44 55                            

Media & Analysts
Stewart Chalmers
Coolhead Group
[email protected] 
Phone:  818-681-3588

SOURCE CreditCall Limited

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