Since 2001 Cardtek provides innovative end-to-end payment solutions for financial institutions, processors, telecom operators, personalization bureaus, retailers, terminal and card vendors and last but not least public transportation authorities to more than 185+ customers in 35+ countries across the globe.
Cardtek offers peace of mind to its clients with its award-winning scalable and robust solutions that work flawlessly with multiple technologies and platforms providing full flexibility as well as offering a complete set of fast and secure payment solutions that takes away the need of working with multiple vendors, while achieving the highest compliance standards.
With 15 years of experience in EMV and well established products such as card management, central/instant card personalization, transaction management, fraud and risk management and hardware solutions Cardtek is also a leading player in emerging mobile payment, open-loop transit and wearable payment technologies. Cardtek’s PCI DSS, BKM, MasterCard and Visa certified Processing Center is serving over 50 customers with its reliable infrastructure.
Cardtek’s dedication finds its roots in its founders who are still actively involved in the management of the company. Building on their vision and state-of-the-art engineering, Cardtek has had the opportunity to bring to market over 20 “Global First” projects, from the first contactless credit card back in 2006 with Garanti Bank (now part of BBVA), to the first contactless prepaid card for public transportation in India with Axis Bank and NPCI in 2015.
• Credit card and contactless Debit card to Rupay standards (Open loop EMV) in public transportation in India: Axis Bank
Cardtek is the highest growing technology company in EMEA (Deloitte Technology Fast 500, 2016)
Cardtek manages more than
100 million cards globally
Cardtek processes more
than 1 million POS devices.
30 million credit cards
and more than 16 million debit cards run on Cardtek solutions
More than a half-billion transactions completed on Cardtek infrastructure in 2015