BLM Technologies receives certification for EMV card printer maintenance

BLM Technologies, a provider of digital signage, information technology services, payment hardware and other financial institution hardware, has added EMV card printer maintenance to its list of certifications, according to a press release.

EMV is the global standard developed for payment cards, payment terminals and ATMs to ensure safe and secure transactions between chip-based payment cards and terminals. Card printers are used across a wide range of industries, including financial, retail, education, healthcare, corporations, government and transportation.

Maintenance certification for the Evolis EMV card printer allows BLM Technologies to serve as a single source for EMV card solutions that includes technology consultation and procurement, installation, support and now, maintenance, the release said.

"This isn't a one-size-fits-all solution — and most companies don't have the time or resources to research and source all the components necessary to provide highly reliable instant EMV card issuance capabilities," BLM CEO Kevin Flaherty said in the release. "Our clients trust our 'vendor neutral approach' and rely on our expertise to deliver a complete, full-service EMV solution that fits their needs and provides the greatest value for their budget."

BLM Technologies maintains partnerships with a variety of payment, transaction and point-of-sale hardware vendors, which allows the company to pair financial institution clients with the best technologies, the release said.

"We hand picked BLM Technologies to be a service provider for our EMV card printers due to the strength of their service organization," said Xavier Ballarin, Evolis sales and marketing director for the U.S. and Canada. "BLM has been providing exemplary service for payment and transaction hardware for 40 years."

Topics: Card Readers, Credit/Debit, EMV, Hardware, Hardware Components, Manufacturers

Companies: BLM Technologies, Evolis

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