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Smart Insights Reports

Smart Insights Reports

Smart Insights Reports provide expert analysis on the secure transaction industry. Smart Insights Reports are off-the-shelf research reports providing key facts and figures as well as strategic insights about a technology, a geographical area or a major issue in the secure transaction industry.

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Smart Insights Weekly

Smart Insights Weekly

Smart Insights Weekly delivers permanently updated information to give our subscribers the most complete and comprehensive information for them to make the best business decisions. Every week Smart Insights Weekly brings up to date information about the secure transactions industry. 

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White Papers

White Papers

Smart Insights White Papers bring a synthetic view about a given subject, region, or market segment. A Smart Insights White Paper is a conveniently compact abstract giving its readers thorough understanding of a given topic. 

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Secure Transactions News

Galitt introduces TaaS: Test as a Service

Galitt is introducing the “Test as a Service” (TaaS) approach: all Galitt KaNest series test software are from now on equipped with a web interface that allows testers to access the test platform remotely from a simple web browser. Now, testers do not need to sit close to the test equipment, they can be on the field, close to the object undergoing the test, for instance a payment terminal already installed in a store. Testers can run the test program and Test Suites from any regular PC or tablet.

Obama demands EMV for all cards related to government programs

US president Barack Obama has signed an executive order mandating the use of Chip and PIN technology at executive departments and agencies for card payments. The EMV migration is currently taking off in the US with the first deadlines arriving at the end of 2015 (cf. Smart Insights Weekly #14-39).

 

From 1st January 2015, cards issued by the federal government to distribute benefits will have to be Chip and PIN and payment terminals acquired by agencies through the department of the treasury will also be upgraded. 

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Smart Insights publishes a new White Paper “The smart world behind the UAE”

Intelling, a consultancy specializing in secure transactions, is publishing a new Smart Insights White Paper in partnership with CARTES SECURE CONNEXIONS titled “The smart world behind the UAE,” to bring to its readers a synthesis on this extremely dynamic market.