MPE 2023 Award for Netcetera’s 3DS Server and 3DS SDK solutions

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Netcetera is proud to announce its win in the Regtech category of the 2023 MPE Awards, for its 3DS Server and 3DS SDK. The solutions are fully regulatory compliant, certified to the EMVCo® 2.3.1 payment protocol and with world card networks. The award, coming from the MPE expert’s jury, recognizes the secure and smooth payment process, the scalability and the cardholder’s focused approach.

The MPE, or the Merchant Payments Ecosystem, is the biggest payment acceptance event in Europe, connecting the whole payment value chain: merchants, bank acquirers, PSPs, card networks, regulators, fintech, start-ups, blockchains and everyone in between.

The 3DS Server and 3DS SDK solutions by Netcetera prevailed in the Regtech category, which was introduced for the first time this year. The Netcetera solutions have highest architectural and compliance standards for implementation, which bring high performance. Its fast and reliable infrastructure enables a seamless user experience during online checkout, no matter if it is browser or in-app-based. In addition, the customers can choose from 3DS Server SaaS or on-prem solutions, certified according to the latest EMVCo 2.3.1. payment protocol.

It fully complies with the world’s most extensive regulatory card networks, as are VISA, Mastercard, Union Pay, Diners, Amex etc. , which makes the integration of Netcetera’ s customers fast and simple. It reduces the complexity on the customer’s side and accelerates time to market. The newest version of the Netcetera 3DS Server was released in March 2023. Merchants enabling 3-D Secure transactions benefit from the possibility of controlling the liability shift, reducing their risk for non-authenticated transactions and associated refunds and lost revenue.

“The MPE Best Regtech award for the Netcetera 3DS Server and SDK is a recognition of our dedication to creating authentic and reliable solutions that absorb the needs of our customers. It’s a confirmation of the professionalism of Netcetera’s highly qualified teams.”- says Peter Frick, Managing Director of Secure Digital Payment at Netcetera and adds: “We dedicate this prestigious award to all great minds working on the solutions and to our customers and payment partners whose work aligns with our mission to secure the digital payment world. Thank you for trusting us. We promise to keep delivering excellence in all we do for you.”



EMV® is a registered trademark in the U.S. and other countries and an unregistered trademark elsewhere. The EMV trademark is owned by EMVCo, LLC.

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