In today’s CardFlash News Que: STERLING (EMV); ADS (Wayfair); JCB (Universal); and W.CAPRA (EMV).
STERLING – Sterling Payment Technologies, which has helped thousands of businesses with EMV solutions, announced an innovative protection program to support those still working toward EMV acceptance.right EMV solution to meet their specific payment needs. Sterling has deep ties to the restaurant, hospitality and retail industries and announced its no-cost EMV protection program, which will cover businesses unprepared for yesterday’s EMV credit card liability shift for up to $2,000 in fraudulent charges as they work to implement a compliant processing system.
ADS – Alliance Data Systems announced its Columbus, Ohio-based card services business, a premier provider of branded private label, co-brand, and commercial credit programs, has signed a new multi-year agreement to provide private label credit card services for Boston-based Wayfair. One of the world’s largest online destinations for home furnishings and decor, Wayfair exceeded $1 billion in annual revenue in 2014 and offers more than 7 million products through five distinct brands: Wayfair.com, AllModern, Joss & Main, Birch Lane and DwellStudio.
JCB – JCB, the only international payment brand based in Japan, is pleased to announce that it will be sponsoring the new “The Flying Dinosaur” attraction that will open in Universal Studios Japan’s Jurassic Park area in the spring of 2016.
W.CAPRA – Chicago-based W. Capra has released its new whitepaper, “EMV: The Journey Begins October 1st. The EMV whitepaper provides merchants key insights into the impacts that EMV will have on their business based on W. Capra’s extensive EMV implementation experience across Fortune 500 companies. The EMV Whitepaper also provides real-life best practices and considerations that will help merchants navigate all roads along their EMV journey. W. Capra has structured its EMV Practice’s services around the EMV lifecycle of its merchant clients: