Why maintenance is critical in the success of a product
Software maintenance is the appropriate modification of a software solution after delivery.
The objectives of a payment software’s maintenance are multiple… and should be taken really seriously to optimize software performance, and terminal life cycle.
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The latest issue of the Nilson Report mentions Alcinéo & IFPL partnership.
Thanks to this collaboration, the two companies have developed a unique PIN-on-screen solution, dedicated to on-board payments.
The Nilson Report’s publication is available here.
EMVCo has issued updated versions of the Administrative process documents for the submission of products to EMV type approval. ICS submission process has been changed.
Note that if changes are made in the ICS after EMVCo review :
- first ICS replacement is free of charge
- Subsequent replacements will be charged by EMVCo.
If a new ICS version is released before the begining of testing sessions, the latest version of ICS must be used and submitted to EMVCo for review.
Find more information and the full submission rules in the administrative process documents.
Current version of the contact ICS are available on EMVCo website or contact your Alcinéo representative to obtain them.
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Alcinéo’s mission is to meet customers’ expectations, in terms of performance, efficiency and support.
Beyond the fact that our objective is to help them to achieve type approval, we place great value on their opinion regarding Alcinéo’s products and services provided during the overall project duration.
We are therefore pursuing satisfaction campaigns with our customers. Through the results of the questionnaires, we can analyse their feedback and continuously enhance our services.
If you haven’t received your satisfaction survey, feel free to contact your Alcinéo representative.
Our solutions are at the core of payment, and our customers are at the core of our business.
What’s new in the air ?
Alcinéo and IFPL have strengthened their partnership to provide a unique solution for aircraft payment. The solution will be displayed at the next Aircraft Interior Expo held in Hamburg – April 4-6, 2017.
For more information about this secure PIN-on-glass innovation, read the article here
ISTQB® (International Software Testing Qualifications Board) is recognized internationally for the certification of competences in software testing.
Pre-validation of EMV payment solutions is a crucial stage in the development phase of an EMV capable terminal.
At Alcinéo, testing campaigns are performed by highly qualified validation engineers, who successfully achieved their ISTQB certification. Each kernel is internally tested against the most up-to-date specification version, before being delivered to our customers. Hence providing the best-in-class solution, ready to be submitted to Type Approval, either for contact or contactless capabilities.
ISTQB scheme is recognized internationally for the certification of competences in software testing. Alcinéo’s expertise and quality engagement is enhanced with the commitment and advanced skills of our collaborators.
Visit ISTQB foundation web site to have more information on software testers certifications.
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EMVCo has released an update of Contact Level 2 Type Approval documentation, effective from the 1st of March 2017.
From now on, EMV terminals submitted to Contact level 2 certification at an accredited laboratory shall be tested according the new version 4.3f of testing documents and processes (test plans, test cases, ICS, administrative process).
Keep in touch with your Alcinéo representative to obtain further details.
Visit EMVCo website to have access to all the related documents and processes.
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MWC is the largest dedicated event for mobile technology, taking place in Barcelona, Feb 27 – March 2 2017.
During the show, a live demo will be showcased on Trustonic booth, Hall 6 – 6I40. Visit their booth and find out how a smartphone turns into contactless card reader.
Alcinéo’s PayWave kernel embedded into the Trusted Execution Environment from Trustonic in a smartphone or tablet, offers the same level of security as a traditional POS, either during offline or online transactions.
The TEE payment solution allows merchants to process EMV transactions without compromising cardholder data confidentiality, using their own smartphone as a contactless teminal without the need for an add-on.
Try it on Trustonic booth 6I40, or contact Alcinéo team to obtain further information.
The 3.1.1 release is comprised of MCL contactless kernel C-2 v2.6 and the MasterCard proprietary application selection.
Avoid delay and contact us to get the MCL 3.1.1 kernel and start your product certification on your right time.
MCL 3.1.1 will be mandated from March 1, 2017.
Feel free contact your Alcinéo representative for further details.
Are you compliant with 2.6 EMV specification ?
From January the 1st 2017, EMVCo mandates to support the EMV Level 1 contactless specification 2.6.
Alcinéo’s EMV contactless stack is fully compliant with the 2.6 release. Moreover, the contactless firmware has been tested against the PCD digital test cases, version 2.6b, mandatory, starting from 1st February 2017.
Visit EMVCo website to access the related documentation.
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