Adding EMV Support to Your Website Is Easy With KioskSimple

If you have a website which processes credit card payments from an attended POS or unattended kiosk and you want to add support for EMV Chip & PIN or NFC then you’re probably having trouble finding a simple solution.

We’ve meet many people just like you who are running their website with support for card present transactions via a magnetic stripe card reader, but need to achieve EMV compliance by the EMV 2015 liability shift deadline.

This is why we created a way for web developers to easily integrate EMV support into their website using JavaScript, KioskSimple and the Creditcall payment gateway.

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KioskSimple is unique in that it provides an easy to use JavaScript API for interfacing with the Creditcall EMV payment gateway.  This is crucial if you’re wanting to add EMV support to your website.

The Creditcall payment gateway provides an excellent starting point for EMV migration with it’s support for the most popular PINpads from Ingenico, VeriFone and Magtek.

What it lacks is a JavaScript API which makes it a challenge to interface with websites.  This is where KioskSimple comes in.

KioskSimple addresses the needs of web developers by providing a simple way to interface with Creditcall via JavaScript.

We’re putting some final touches on our EMV support and plan to release around the end of July 2015.

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Andrew Savala

Andrew Savala is the CEO of RedSwimmer Inc., creators of the kiosk lockdown software KioskSimple. Andrew has been developing kiosk software since 2007, with an emphasis on self-service retail payment applications.
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Author: Andrew Savala

Andrew Savala is the CEO of RedSwimmer Inc., creators of the kiosk lockdown software KioskSimple. Andrew has been developing kiosk software since 2007, with an emphasis on self-service retail payment applications.