EMV and Its Effect on the Parking Industry
Recorded on April 23, 2014 (60 minutes)

EMV and its impact on the Parking Industry

 

Euopay, MasterCard, and Visa EMV is coming to the United States. The effect on credit card processing is significant across the entire payments infrastructure: including payments practices in the parking industry.

 

This webinar will discuss what EMV is, what EMV does, the planned transitioning to EMV in the United States with critical milestones, and the what you need to consider within your operation with regard to EMV implementation.
 
After participating in this webinar you will be able to: 

        • What EMV is
        • What EMV does
        • What impact EMV could have on my operation
        • What questions you should ask
        • How you should plan ahead

 

Instructors:

Steven Grant is a Senior Systems Consultant with LTK Engineering Services.  Steven is a parking consultant currently working on several large airport PARCS and transit payment deployments. Steven is also the vice chair for parking on the Smart Card Alliance Transportation Council.

Tom Wunk, CAPP, is vice president PARCS Solutions for T2 Systems, Inc. He teaches a number of sessions for the IPI CAPP program.  A graduate of the State University of New York system, he is an active member in American Society for Information Science (ASIS) and the IPI and completed his CAPP certification in 2004.  He has been in the parking control industry since 1973 and has designed and implemented parking control solutions all over the world. He has developed and provided consultative and operational training presentations for the IPI, ASIS, and the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE).  He is a member of the IPI Technology Committee and the Smart Card Alliance Council.

 

All CAPP candidates and graduates who register and participate in the webinar will receive .5 points toward their CAPP certification requirements.

 


Select a Webinar Format:
On Demand Archive  $35.00 for IPI Members, $50.00 for Non-Members