The agreement with the Jeddah-based SBM will see Aconite’s suite of products being sold and supported throughout the Kingdom’s burgeoning smart card sector.
The launch of smart cards is expected in 2005, following EMV Saudi Arabia …Read full article » Saudi Arabia: Tuesday, September 21 - 2004 @ 14:10
As a result of the implementation, the bank will benefit from increased control of credit and debit card-related risk.
As a new operation, the bank needed to quickly establish a card payments infrastructure and were looking …Read full article » Qatar: Wednesday, April 16 - 2008 @ 11:01
These mandates, issued in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, the Kingdom of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia for example, require banks to quickly deploy chip technology to increase card security and reduce fraud. And whilst …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, February 17 - 2009 @ 11:30
The new office, based in Dubai Internet City and headed by Bev Stevens, will be the first major overseas investment for Aconite to support its partners across the territory with local presence. This strategic investment …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Saturday, November 01 - 2003 @ 10:49
The majority of the new business came from national banks, who selected Aconite to help them to understand and overcome the challenges of moving from a magnetic stripe to Chip and PIN card base.
“We have …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, May 14 - 2008 @ 16:46
Aconite’s response to this demand has been to develop the Aconite Smart EMV Manager, an integrated package that delivers a sophisticated, fully-featured EMV solution in a single product. With straightforward pricing, simple interfaces and a …Read full article » United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, November 02 - 2010 @ 16:55