The continued development and evolution of systems which utilize EMV capabilities has brought about the EMV Level 3 testing process. It validates the integration of an EMV payment or cash dispensing terminal and ensures transaction acceptance. To streamline the process, participant systems (e.g., payment networks) are adopting the EMV Level 3 (L3) Testing Framework. The framework serves as the first major attempt to standardize L3 Test Tool based on machine-readable formats for each technical component.
This webinar aims to bring awareness to the payments eco-system on the adoption of the EMV Level 3 (L3) Testing framework by Participant Systems, its new capabilities, and benefits.
Webinar speakers include: Alexandre Pierre, Visa; Andrew Patania, Elavon; Clyde Van Blarcum, American Express; Dave Blust, Discover; Ed Perez, Verifone; Henk van Dam, UL; and Marc Regan, ICC Solutions; Jason Bohrer, U.S. Payments Forum
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