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eftpos selects Fime for eCommerce authentication migration

By Leandra Monteiro

September 28, 2021

  • Australia
  • Domestic Payments
  • Ecommerce
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eftposFime has been chosen by Australia’s domestic payment scheme eftpos to support its ecosystem’s migration to the latest EMV®* 3DS protocols with its EMV 3DS test solution powered by Fime Test Factory. This initiative will help the payments system to reduce time to market for its members and enable seamless and secure authentication experiences when shopping online.

Fime’s online testing solution, consulting support and managed services are enabling eftpos to share the benefits of digital onboarding with stakeholders, including:

  • Reduced testing time through automated end-to-end testing of Access Control Servers (ACS), and 3DSS Servers.
  • A user-friendly experience with quick and easy onboarding through web access.
  • An “anytime & anywhere” cloud-based solution, enabling 24/7 tool availability and multiple users to collaborate in real-time.
  • Reduced time to market.

Fime Test Factory also enables eftpos to integrate new test scenarios and value-added services over time.

eftpos Chief Product Officer, Matt Barr said, “We are passionate about enhancing digital commerce experiences for our customers and are working with world-class providers like Fime to bring our eCommerce products to market quickly.”

“Fime’s solution has enabled eftpos to build its eCommerce approach to provide frictionless user experiences, without compromising on security,” comments James Daniels, VP Head of APAC at Fime. “eftpos needed state-of-the-art EMV 3DS testing to ensure its members’ solutions can easily connect to its Directory Server and operate as they should in the field. Fime has supported domestic schemes around the world to improve processes and bring forward innovations. Digitizing testing and offering on-behalf services will help eftpos support its members and end users.”

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