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13th October 2017
Mastercard and US Bank launch first EMV fleet solution for the Voyager network
The US Bank Voyager® Network is the first fleet card network to adopt the EMV M/Chip Fleet solution from Mastercard. Voyager Fleet card customers will soon benefit from the added speed and security of EMV and safeguard the use of future payments solutions including mobile wallet and connected car technology. It will be available in North America in the summer of 2018.
Building on a multi-year partnership, Mastercard and US Bank are further enhancing security and convenience for fleet managers and drivers with a reliable, proprietary network with more than 320,000 retail and private fuelling sites, truck stops and maintenance and service providers. The new enhancements also enable Voyager Fleet Card customers to capture more data from their card users with ten data capture fields that can be tailored to the unique requirements of employers.
“We are very pleased to reach an agreement with Mastercard to adopt their fleet-specific chip specification, which aligns with proprietary technology that we were developing,” said US Bank Global Transportation Payments General Manager John Hardin. “Our top objective is to ensure our 320,000 merchant locations don’t face the additional investment and complication of implementing multiple chip specs. They can now support both Mastercard and Voyager Fleet cards with a single spec.”
Ed Glassman, EVP of North America Commercial Products at Mastercard, said: “We know that fleet managers are constantly looking to strengthen overall performance, whether that is by improving security, capturing critical data or adding convenience for their drivers. With millions of fleet cards in circulation, the new EMV M/Chip Fleet solution and the US Bank Voyager Network will reshape the future of fleet cards.”