AMG President Kevin Wiener is looking forward to the convention. “The transaction and payments industry changes drastically at a rapid pace and staying up to date on the latest trends and technologies is paramount to our company. We need to ensure that AMG and its salespeople are aware of the major, imminent changes in the industry,” says Wiener.
Wiener is also excited to see industry-wide reactions to EMV. EMV, short for Europay, MasterCard, and Visa, is the authenticating technology in integrated circuit cards present in credit and debit cards. The majority of major companies involved in the transactions industry are implementing a liability shift in October 2015, a move which creates new challenges as well as exciting opportunities.
AMG also hopes to build and expand on current business relationships while at ETA. “It’s important to let our clients know that we’re dedicated to staying relevant in an incredibly dynamic, competitive field,” Wiener says.
About Advanced Merchant Group
Since 2001, Advanced Merchant Group (AMG) has committed to providing top-quality merchant services throughout the United States. A registered ISO in the credit card processing industry and headquartered in Feasterville, Pennsylvania, AMG has processed close to $25 billion in credit card and check transactions. From mobile payment processing with AMG MobilePay™ to its proprietary payment gateway and virtual terminal AMG SecurePay™, Advanced Merchant Group is a leading force in supplying merchants with the tools and support to cater to all customers.