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By Ralf Gladis, CEO and co-founder of Computop (...) 3DS 2.0is the latest iteration of a protocol issued by the major credit card schemes which ensures the secure authentication of card payments. In version 2.0 it fulfils the requirements set up by PSD2 and will become mandatory if retailers are to…

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Computop, a global payment processor, has announced that its card terminals are available with the EFTPOS integration interface, Pepper, from the Swiss software service provider treibauf. As a result, Computop card readers can now be accessed via this interface by almost 100 common POS systems.…

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Computop and Amway, the direct selling company, have announced that they are partnering to deliver a comprehensive omnichannel payment solution. The initiative kicks off supporting POS processing, with Amway choosing the PCI P2PE card-processing terminals connected via the Computop Paygate payment…

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by Ralf Gladis, founding director, Computop -

As you likely have seen, Mastercard recently announced its Data Responsibility Imperative, designed to establish principles for data responsibility. (...) We at Computop completely support businesses who are committed to improving data privacy and…

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By Ralf Gladis, CEO, Computop

 

Size is not everything when it comes to using data for good effect in any business, and this goes for retail too. The insight that a retailer, online or off, can derive from good quality data is not determined by how much there is of it, but rather by how it is…

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Voice of the industry - Ralf Gladis, Computop: Ecommerce payments have been available worldwide right from the start. However, POS payments are still a very regional and local business.

Global payments? Our industry talks about it, but few of us can deliver. Things get especially tricky when…

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(...) For Ralf Gladis, CEO at global payment service provider (PSP) Computop, SCA exemptions are an important factor in providing comfortable customer checkout experiences.

“Computop offered a full 3DS2.0 compliant API for retailers to connect even before September 14. But when the prolongation of…

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(...) "For smaller retailers, facial recognition is likely to be more significant, enabling part of the automated payment experience" explains Ralf Gladis at Computop...

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By Ralf Gladis, founding director, Computop

 

With regards to credit card payments, the possibility to transfer the Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) from the issuer to the merchant via 3DS 2.0 will become a reality with version 2.2. The card-issuing bank can be confident that the…

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(...) Payment processing company Computop recently announced a biometric authentication solution that merchants can utilize under SCA. The offering allows merchants to run 2FA checks during payments. Merchants that adopt the technology can authenticate consumers through a number of smartphone-based…

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