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About US

We have been specializing in the area of security, data transmission and real-time EMV financial transactions. Under the technological approach we have dabbled in various fields and developed applications that have served thousands of people in many areas. We represent the Chinese company PAX TECHNOLOGY the third biggest provider in the world of payment media terminals (or Point Of Sale "POS“)

  • We
    believe in
  • Selecting the best people
  • Believing in human talent
  • Cultivating continuous learning
  • Focusing on results
  • Loving what we do
  • Investing more in quality than we invest in marketing
  • When we do something we always do it right
  • Optimizing resources and we are efficient
  • What
    We Do
  • We are EMV specialist
  • Payments software specialist
  • POS development (ANSI C)
  • Movile development (iOS, Android)
  • R&D of electronic
  • Sell equipament PAX
  • We are service center PAX
  • We create things with 1|0
  • Our
  • Turning ideas into products
  • A product is something that I or someone I know would use
  • Make products simple to use, but not simple products
  • Make things happen and also work great
  • Keeping our customers satisfied and to meet their needs quickly and efficiently
  • Hear the complaint of our customers today always helps us to be better tomorrow

Our Skills

"none worth more than the sum of all"
Therefore all work hard

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65% Complete (warning)
89% Complete (danger)

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We Are EMV Specialist

Are You Ready for Chip Tech?

EMV is an abbreviation for Europay, Mastercard and Visa, the three organizations that developed the initial specifications. EMV is an open-standard set of specifications for smart card payments and acceptance devices. The EMV specifications were developed to define a set of requirements to ensure interoperability between chip-based payment cards and terminals. EMV chip cards contain embedded microprocessors that provide strong transaction security features and other application capabilities not possible with traditional magnetic stripe cards.
Issuers around the world are including chips in bank cards and merchants are moving to EMV-compliant terminals to increase security and reduce fraud resulting from counterfeit, lost and stolen cards. In the United States, the scene on the security and fraud side is becoming dramatic. It is the consensus among observers – although in the U.S. there are no published fraud numbers like in other domestic markets – that physical world fraud in the U.S. is already above the global average today and is on the rise. The lessons learned from the many migration activities worldwide clearly indicate that fraud migrates toward those regions which have not yet migrated to EMV chip technology.
The biggest benefit of EMV is the reduction in card fraud resulting from counterfeit, lost and stolen cards. EMV also provides interoperability with the global payments infrastructure – consumers with EMV chip payment cards can use their card on any EMV-compatible payment terminal. EMV technology supports enhanced cardholder verification methods and, unlike magnetic stripe cards, EMV payment cards can also be used to secure online payment transactions. The rest of the world has either already migrated or has firm plans to do so. EMV cards store payment information in a secure chip rather than on a magnetic stripe and the personalization of EMV cards is done using issuer-specific keys. Unlike a magnetic stripe card, it is virtually impossible to create a counterfeit EMV card that can be used to conduct an EMV payment transaction successfully.
Issuers are now issuing EMV cards that support contact and/or contactless EMV transactions. Contactless EMV transactions use the ISO/IEC 14443 protocol for communication, with EMVCo defining the EMV Contactless Communication Protocol Specification that is common for all payment brands. EMV has also published specifications for contactless POS readers that work with the payment brands’ contactless applications. The EMV specifications provide a basis for contactless EMV payments, but do not specify all payment application functionality. Payment brands can implement contactless payment for EMV transactions to function in both offline and online transaction environments and to leverage the EMV cryptogram security function to validate the authenticity of the card and the transaction.
EMV chip has strong security features that have been proven to reduce counterfeit card fraud at card-present retail environments. The PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) provides other complementary levels of security necessary when the cardholder information reaches the merchant’s system. The PCI DSS contains 12 key technical and operational requirements. Rather than focusing on a specific category of fraud, the PCI DSS seeks to protect cardholder and sensitive authentication data anywhere this data is present within the payment eco-system, thus limiting the availability of this data to fraudsters. When used together, EMV chip and PCI DSS can reduce fraud and enhance the security of the payments ecosystem.

Our Software

Payment Solutions Suite