Industry stakeholders, including merchants, banks and technology providers, participate as EMVCo Associates and Subscribers to contribute their knowledge and expertise to the development of EMV® Specifications.
Active engagement and collaboration with the payments industry is key to EMVCo’s proven model for creating, evolving and promoting globally adopted specifications that support innovation and address marketplace needs.
The EMVCo Associates Programme (EAP) was established in 2010 to facilitate this engagement and enable the broader payments community to play an active role in EMVCo’s strategic and technical direction.
Today, close to a hundred organisations participate as EMVCo Associates to contribute their knowledge and expertise to the development of EMV Specifications.
EMVCo Subscribers can receive notice of pending EMV Specification developments and participate in a formal dialogue with EMVCo. Hundreds of organisations and individuals around the world participate as EMVCo Subscribers.
As an EMVCo Associate, we saw clear opportunities to contribute to the development of global specifications that promote seamless and secure payments worldwide. We look forward to continued and productive collaboration with EMVCo.
As EMVCo Associates, we immediately saw the benefit of extending EMV 3DS authentication request messages with airline information.
Our collaboration with EMVCo has significantly assisted with PASA’s stakeholder engagement efforts.
Over a hundred organisations – including merchants, issuers, acquirers, payment networks, financial institutions, manufacturers, technology providers and testing laboratories – contribute their knowledge and expertise to the development of EMV Specifications.
EMVCo Associates can contribute their knowledge and expertise to shape the development of EMV Specifications.
EMVCo Subscribers can receive notice of pending EMV Specification developments and participate in a formal dialogue with EMVCo.
All industry participants can review and provide comments on new EMV Specifications and major updates before final publication.
EMVCo's new website and Participant Dashboard are now live. To access your account for the first time on our new website you'll need to carry out a password reset here. You will then be sent an email to reset your password.
EMVCo Associates, Subscribers and public users of emvco.com can create accounts to manage their engagement and participation with EMVCo. Using your EMVCo account, you can create your own watchlist of EMV technologies documents, monitor queries and responses, and manage your profile.