As a leading Global Payment Service Provider, 3C Payment is strongly involved with major organizations in the Payments ecosystem and relevant industry bodies. Our valuable memberships enable us to connect with relevant players and ensure 3C provides a first-class, expert service for partners and clients. Through our active participation in these initiatives, we contribute to define the future of payment innovation.
A Visa Technology Partner is a company that registers and licenses chip and/or mobile specifications and other technology from Visa to develop products for banks and other participants in the Visa ecosystem. After development, Visa tests certain card and device products to confirm compliance with Visa’s standards. Companies licensing mobile technology may also be eligible to participate in Visa Ready programs after meeting specific product and program requirements.
The Mastercard Business Partner Program is a global program designed to enhance the business relationship between Mastercard and the companies that supply solutions to Mastercard customers around the world.
nexo standards enables fast, interoperable and borderless payments acceptance by standardising the exchange of payment acceptance data between merchants, acquirers, payment service providers and other payment stakeholders. nexo’s messaging protocols and specifications adhere to ISO20022 standards, are universally applicable and are freely available globally. nexo standards is an open, global association dedicated to removing the barriers present in today’s fragmented global card payment acceptance ecosystem. Headquartered in Brussels, its members represent the full spectrum of card payments stakeholders, including acceptors, processors, card schemes, payment service providers and vendors.
The EPSM is a non-profit trade association of European Payment Service Providers for Merchants. EPSM’s main objectives are to represent its members‘ interests and to provide a platform for exchanging news, information and views on the European payments market. Presently, EPSM represents 68 organisations with their headquarters in 15 different countries.
Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) is Oracle's partner program that provides partners with a differentiated advantage to develop, sell and implement Oracle solutions. OPN offers resources to train and support specialized knowledge of Oracle’s products and solutions and has evolved to recognize Oracle’s growing product portfolio, partner base and business opportunity. Key to the latest enhancements to OPN is the ability for partners to be recognized and rewarded for their investment in Oracle Cloud.
Partners engaging with Oracle will be able to differentiate their Oracle Cloud expertise and success with customers through the OPN Cloud program – an innovative program that complements existing OPN program levels with tiers of recognition and progressive benefits for partners working with Oracle Cloud.
The European Parking Association (EPA), founded in 1983, is the umbrella organisation for European parking associations. The national member associations represent the parking sector which is consisting of private companies and public bodies that are operating and managing on- and off-street parking structures and services.
As the recognised authority in parking, the BPA is actively representing and promoting the sector by advancing knowledge, raising standards and professionalism, and using its influence for the benefit of all.
The Parken association is committed to promoting expert knowledge transfer through networking and improved communication.
Parken is a member of Parking Network, the online community for the parking industry. Parking Network connects experts worldwide and offers the latest news, offers, assignments, showcases, events and much more.
The International Parking Institute (IPI) is the world’s largest and leading association of professionals in parking. Members include everyone from garage owners and operators to architects to city managers to government agencies, health care centers, universities, airports, and convention centers. IPI works to advance the parking profession through professional development, research and data collection, advocacy and outreach, and with experts from around the world in dozens of specialties to make sure parking and transportation function efficiently.
The National Parking Association serves as the market leader in parking industry research, education and programs that advance the industry and its professionals.
It supports advancing the interests of the private and public sector in parking technology, sustainable mobility, certification, advocacy, research and education. Founded in 1951, NPA has more than 2,500 members and represents all facets of the parking industry. NPA is a 501 (c) 6 non profit trade association, based in Washington, D.C.
Vendorcom Europe is a multi-stakeholder membership organisation that connects seekers, solvers and shapers in the European Payments Community. It has helped shape the collaborative /competitive landscape in payments since launching in 2003. It has developed a reputation over the past 13 years as Europe's definitive forum for keeping in touch with the what's what and who's who in payments. It is the most trusted, independent forum for suppliers and users of payments in Europe.
HOSPA is the Association that helps hospitality’s Finance, Revenue Management and IT professionals to network with colleagues and keep up-to-date with industry trends and developments. The organization offers a wide and growing range of opportunities for members, from meetings addressing specific topics to webinars; from extensive professional resources to the latest industry data.
The PCI Security Standards Council is constantly working to keep our systems secure, and customers can trust us with their sensitive payment card information. When we stay compliant, we are part of the solution – a united, global response to fighting payment card data compromise.
Participating Organization membership in the PCI Security Standards Council is open globally to those affiliated with the payment card industry, including merchants, banks, processors, hardware and software developers, and point-of-sale vendors.