The EMV® Secure Remote Commerce (SRC) Specifications enable a common consumer e-checkout that promotes simplicity, familiarity, interoperability convenience and trust.
Consumer-facing solutions and programmes based on the EMV® SRC Specifications can be described as Click to Pay. This universal description enables ease of recognition for consumers, and signals that a consumer can confidently transact through an easy e-checkout, regardless of the payment card, digital channel or device they use.
The corresponding icon , described as the Click to Pay icon, signals availability at participating merchants. Alternatively, Click to Pay will be used in text as descriptive language if an e-merchant is unable to visually display the icon.
The EMV® SRC Specifications:
The EMV® SRC Specifications were developed with input from industry participants and are available to all parties on a royalty-free basis from the EMVCo website.
In this Frequently Asked Question document, readers can learn more about how the EMV® SRC Specifications enable a common consumer e-checkout that promotes simplicity, familiarity, interoperability convenience and trust.
This document provides a high-level overview of the EMV® SRC Specifications.
EMVCo hosted a free-to-attend webinar to provide an introduction to EMV® SRC, what it is, why it is needed, and how it could be implemented.
In the first in our series of short webcasts on EMV® Secure Remote Commerce (SRC), Jorge Vargas from the EMVCo SRC Working Group provides a brief introduction to SRC, what it is and why it is needed.
Learn more about the synergies, understand the differences and find out what’s next.
This demo offers an introduction into how a Click to Pay solution, based on the EMV® SRC Specifications, may appear once implemented. It shows card enrollment, checkout with a one-time passcode, and a frictionless purchase.