Baiduri Bank is Live with EMV ATM Acquiring using SWITCHWARE®

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Baiduri_bankBrunei: For the first time, Baiduri Bank is live with SWITCHWARE® supported EMV card acquiring for their network of NCR and Diebold ATMs. The addition of EMV acquiring capability is a milestone event that now enables cardholders of other domestic and international financial institutions to use MasterCard or VISA debit cards on the Baiduri Bank ATM network.

CSFi reseller Language provided end-to-end consulting and implementation services to Baiduri Bank for the project, including obtaining all necessary certifications and integration of CSFi EMV support solutions. Exhaustive pre-rollout testing in a proprietary CSFi environment, emulating the entire payments chain, ensured rapid EMV certification and an optimized trouble free deployment. Going forward, CSFi and Language will continue to work with the bank to maintain compliance with evolving EMV mandates and standards.

Baiduri Bank Group’s core business provides banking services to institutional, corporate and retail banking customers including consumer financing and wealth management. Baiduri Bank’s payment card business has the largest card member and merchant base in the country. It is the only bank in Brunei to hold franchise for four major card brands: American Express, Visa, MasterCard and China Union Pay.

With a strong combination of local commitment and global expertise, Baiduri Bank is acknowledged as one of the leading banks in the country with a long track record of financial innovation and pioneering activities.

For nearly a decade, CSFi has offered a proven integrated solution for EMV acquiring, issuing, and issuer-processing support. Our solution maintains the integrity of the payment transaction and takes full advantage of how EMV technology provides a secure way to handle card creation and cardholder authentication.

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By : Sales and Marketing /February 06, 2015 /News /0 Comment

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