USA: The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the trade association for the global electronic payments industry, and SCIL-EMV Academy, America’s EMV Training Experts, have announced a new EMV and mobile payments training and education initiative.
Designed exclusively for ETA Members, the program provides technical and business information and training to help the US payments industry migrate to the new EMV chip based credit and debit cards.
“Education is essential to a successful U.S. EMV migration and we are delighted to collaborate with SCIL-EMV Academy on this new education initiative,” said Jason Oxman, CEO of ETA. “This program is a valuable resource to our members as they develop strategies that maximize new market opportunities in the growing U.S. EMV and mobile commerce landscape.”
“The ETA provides high value programs for its members and we are excited to partner with ETA to provide EMV training to its members and the payments industry,” noted Stewart Chalmers, executive director, SCIL-EMV Academy. “The curriculum is designed exclusively around ETA members’ needs – addressing EMV acquirers’ technical and business challenges alike.”