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As financial institutions and third parties keep looking to issuing new and innovative payment products ahead of their competition, they need to cope with in-house challenges in terms of card issuance and personalization. Aside from regular product migration, the issue of PIN mailing and fulfilment activities, and the growing need to deliver cards more quickly, some companies will also need to manage cards from different suppliers. It all makes for a complex, changing environment that is rarely easy to manage.
IDEMIA, the world leader in the issuance market with hundreds of millions of payment cards personalized every year, has a solution to meet these challenges – Smart InHouse. Built on IDEMIA’s global Card Personalization Platform (CPS), Smart InHouse supports a truly end-to-end service for “In-House” card personalization. From technical definition to the dispatch of finished cards, Smart InHouse provides a single, scalable solution that covers all the main production functions: data management, security, process control and reporting. Smart InHouse can be used to support a wide range of card issuance strategies and supports all leading card personalization equipment. On top of this “In-House” service, IDEMIA can also provide efficient disaster recovery options from its own global network of service centers.
Smart InHouse can be deployed in a phased approach and can be delivered from scratch in 12-22 weeks, including the installation of workstations and staff training. It also comes with IDEMIA’s dedicated maintenance and support services.
Smart InHouse by IDEMIA enables issuers and third parties to manage every aspect of card personalization, from the drawing board to delivery.
IDEMIA’s Smart InHouse can meet all the needs for card personalization services, from local banks to major global financial institutions.
Trusted by 1,800 financial institutions, this technology has already been installed in more than 70 locations around the world. It can be set up in as little as 12 weeks.