MasterCard announced Google will be among the first digital partners to follow Samsung to participate in its Digital Enablement Express program, which the company launched this week with support from several leading banks.
Through its participation in Express, Google will have a streamlined onboarding process to engage with all participating MasterCard issuers around the globe, accelerating consumer access to Android Pay.
Express expedites the process of digitizing and tokenizing MasterCard accounts through the MasterCard Digital Enablement Service (MDES). Financial institutions of all sizes gain immediate access to the latest digital payments services, while partners such as Google have a simple onboarding process to engage with all participating banks. Together, they are able to deliver new services like Android Pay more quickly to consumers around the world.
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