London, UK (October 20, 2011) – eMerchantPay has received an unprecedented reception at this year’s Airline and Travel Payments Summit (ATPS) as it showcased its core company strategy to travel and airline industry delegates.
Now in its 5th year, the ATPS has become the industry standard for developing the best practices for airline and travel payment acceptance and fraud prevention. eMerchantPay, who offers a wide array of payment solutions for the airline and travel industry to reduce chargeback ratios and to control high-risk transactions, demonstrated its strategic approach to deliver tailored services to its industry partners.
Bartek van de Pavert, VP International Sales commented, “The ATPS is the must attend event when it comes to payments for the airline industry. Our travel partners are important to us, so our presence this year was a great opportunity for us to demonstrate our continual commitment to the sector in delivering solutions that help our partners gain a competitive advantage. As we continue to grow, particularly in the United States and Latin America it shows our true international appeal to partners from every corner of the world. Furthermore, the ATPS is an excellent conference to catch up on the latest trends developing within the airline and travel payment industry.”
eMerchantPay was also sponsor of this year’s delegate name tags and lanyards at the summit.
Founded in 2002, eMerchantPay has established itself as a trusted global leader within the online payment processing market, offering an unrivalled level of stability and security to merchants operating across multiple industry sectors. eMerchantPay’s payment gateway is registered as Level 1 PCI DSS Compliant which ensures robust payment card data security processes – including prevention, detection and appropriate reaction to security incidents as well as flexible reporting and customization.
eMerchantPay has been awarded the prestigious ISO 9001:2008 Certification from the renowned management systems certification body – Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).
In addition, eMerchantPay Limited has been authorised to carry out payment services activities, under the Payment Services Regulations 2009 (PSRs) by the Financial Services Authority of the UK.
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