Announcing Authorize.Net EMV Chip Support

by Administrator Administrator ‎11-10-2016 08:34 AM - edited ‎11-10-2016 02:38 PM (11,370 Views)

We are pleased to announce that we now support EMV chip transactions through our newly released In-Person SDK, which transmits a customer’s chip information from the EMV chip card reader to Authorize.Net.

 

Support is currently limited to the FDC Nashville processor, but additional processor support is coming soon.

 

Download the iOS or Android version of the In-Person SDK on GitHub to create your own EMV chip solution. To get a test EMV chip device*, please contact complete the device loaner form

 

Note: merchants must purchase an Authorize.Net-supported, EMV chip-compatible card reader available at https://partner.posportal.com/authorizenet/auth/ 

 

If you have any questions regarding EMV chip, please see our EMV Chip FAQs at www.authorize.net/support/emvfaqs.

 

*Supplies are limited. Requests will be processed according to availability.

 

 

Comments
by curiasystems
on ‎04-30-2017 06:40 AM

Does anyone know when we can expect support for Chip-In-Pin for Windows Platform? We still process in person through a Windows desktop application. And, the devices presented, will they support a Windows SDK?

by Administrator Administrator
on ‎05-11-2017 12:42 PM

Hello @curiasystems

 

A new In-Person SDK for Windows is currently in development and should be available later this summer.  It will support chip and signature only not Chip-In-Pin.

 

Richard

by curiasystems
on ‎05-11-2017 04:50 PM

Richard,

   Great news! Will this SDK support the Anywhere Commerce device? 

 

Thanks,

Aditya

by Administrator Administrator
on ‎05-11-2017 08:12 PM

@curiasystems Yes, it will support the Anywhere Commerce device.

 

Richard