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.
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