SmartVista compatible with Matica personalisation systems


BPC, a provider of payment solutions,has announced the successful certification of its partnership with Matica Electronics, and with it comes the official accreditation for Matica personalization systems, which are now compatible with the SmartVista suite.

This forte of the suite has also been evidenced by Matica Electronics. Quoting Valerio Cimbro, Central Issuance and Financial Instant Issuance Product and Sales Manager, Matica Electronics: “We're delighted that SmartVista is now an option for the range of compatible EMV software supported by Matica’s personalization systems; we are confident that this recognition will broaden the opportunities in our portfolio of solution in the payments card industry.”

Being the sole designer and developer of SmartVista, BPC have always focused on an organic growth of the suite ensuring a seamless interface to third party solutions.

The SmartVista suite being modular by design can be deployed as an individual point solution solving a specific need or implemented together to form a complete end-to-end electronic payments system.

The Matica solutions selected to operate with the SmartVista suite will work with Matica’s personalization systems using the latest software development kit (SDK) released for every system.


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