JUNE 2, 2015 MT. PROSPECT, IL — The US payments infrastructure is steadily moving toward EMV readiness. To incent EMV compliance, various mandates and liability shifts are taking place between now and October 1, 2017. With timelines in place for a shift in liability, the total cost of card-present fraud will no longer be borne solely by card issuers. If an ATM cannot accept an EMV chip card after its designated liability shift date, the ATM acquirer (such as the bank or credit union) will bear the cost of any fraud.
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MAY 27, 2015, MT. PROSPECT, IL – Technology investment has become a strategic priority for 64 percent of nonprofits – including religious organizations – according to a new study from The Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). Organizations that make appropriate investments and integrate technology into their internal processes will be best equipped to advance their missions and serve their congregations.
MAY 27, 2015, MT. PROSPECT, IL – State and local government spending on technology is expected to increase to $70 billion by 2019, and this includes investment in systems that streamline operations and internal processes.1 Processing payments from community members and taxpayers can be a time-consuming process that can strain internal resources; it’s also a task that’s ripe for innovation.