Secure Remote Commerce Webinar
EMV® Secure Remote Commerce (SRC) Webinar

EMV® SRC provides a common consumer e-checkout that is a baseline for the development of e-commerce payment solutions that simplify the online checkout process and promote familiarity, interoperability, convenience and trust. E-commerce solutions based on the EMV SRC Specifications are indicated by the Click to Pay icon Click to Pay Icon and known as Click to Pay solutions.

The Forum’s webinar seeks to educate the payments industry on the value of EMV SRC and how the solution addresses barriers to e-commerce optimization like online fraud and cart abandonment.

The webinar features the following industry-leading speakers:

Ashish Bhatia, Discover Global Network; David True, PayGility Advisors; Clinton Allen, EMVCo; Michael Sulla, Mastercard; Jason Bohrer, Secure Technology Alliance

In addition to a general overview of EMV SRC and its history, the following topics are covered:

  • The EMV SRC Specifications
  • SRC’s interoperability across payment networks
  • Details on SRC transaction flows
  • The value proposition for payments solution providers/enablers
  • SRC integration models
  • Considerations for Merchant Orchestrated Checkout (MOC)

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