News for Sterling Payment Technologies

Why are some merchants still behind on adopting EMV?

Recent data suggests that the number of businesses across the country that are now either capable of accepting chip-and-PIN credit and debit card transactions, or in the process of getting certified, continues to grow. ... more

Focus POS, Sterling Payment Technologies Team Up For EMV Solution

Focus POS has announced a partnership with Sterling Payment Technologies to offer an EMV solution to businesses in the hospitality industry. This EMV solution offers restaurants the capability to accept payments from mobile wallets thanks to NFC and ... more

More merchants get on board with EMV as technology improves

When the EMV liability shift for the nation's largest retailers took place late last year, the number of companies of all sizes that responded was relatively small in comparison with what experts had hoped for. ... more

EMV projected for more growth as time goes on

The EMV liability shift seen late last year caused a lot of consternation among both consumers and merchants across the country, but the fact of the matter is that both are now getting on board in a serious way. ... more

EMV adoption continues picking up steam

After something of a shaky start to the sizable push to launch widespread EMV adoption among both shoppers and merchants, things have started to turn around in the past few months. ... more

More gains being made in EMV adoption

When the EMV liability shift first took place almost nine months ago, the response among retailers was a little tepid to say the least. While many moved to adopt, the fact is that a lot of merchants were wary about what the switch would mean for them ... more

EMV, mobile payments take a bite out of card fraud

Over the past several years, a number of new payment technologies have been rolled out in the U.S. as a means of both making the purchasing process easier and more secure. ... more

EMV transition getting easier, but more still needs to be done

Over the past several months, a large portion of the merchants in the U.S. have at least looked into the prospects of adopting EMV as their primary means of processing credit and debit card transactions. ... more

More clarity on the way for how faster EMV transactions will work

Over the past few months, the world's three largest payment processing companies have announced plans to launch programs that will significantly reduce the time it takes to complete an EMV transaction. ... more

Many merchants now ready to use EMV, but stuck in bottleneck

In recent months, much has been made of the fact that while the EMV liability shift went into effect, even some companies that are impacted by it still take the risk of accepting traditional swiped credit and debit card purchases. ... more

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