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Michael Kyritsis

Michael Kyritsis

Lead Solution Consultant


Michael Kyritsis

Michael has worked in the payments industry for 17 years, and has been employed by ACI as lead solution consultant. Throughout his career, Michael has been determined to see how EFT software is used by real customers, and is continually discovering that each customer has unique requirements - there’s no one-size-fits all solution. Similarly, he believes that each customer has unique perspectives to contribute to a collective “industry view”. Michael finds distilling this industry view, and seeing how it compares to our solution’s capabilities to be both reassuring and challenging.

Michael's main area of interest is payment solutions for retailers - whether they are hosted on-prem, by a partner, or by ACI in AOD.

More articles by Michael Kyritsis

  • tokenization

    The peaks and pitfalls of payments tokenization

    Thursday, August 20, 2015

    High profile data breaches, mounting fraud losses, regulatory demands and rising consumer concerns have driven retailers and banks to increase their efforts to improve standards of payment security. 

  • blue knot

    If it must be secured, let's be smart on how we go about it

    Wednesday, October 15, 2014

    As a retailer that accepts card payments, you are obliged to spend a considerable amount of money on securing your payment systems (as stated in my previous post), but just like tying knots, there are many different ways to secure something, and knowing which approach to follow could prevent a disaster.

  • luggage

    Why protect other people's data that you didn't ask for?

    Wednesday, October 01, 2014

    Do these questions sound familiar:

    "Has your luggage been in your possession at all times?”
    "Has anyone given you anything or asked you to carry on or check any items for them?"

  • SEPA Widdershins

    Wednesday, July 18, 2012

    The European Payments Council (EPC) recently achieved its 8th birthday. Back in 2002, the road to SEPA probably looked fairly straightforward – the EPC would develop the payment schemes and frameworks necessary to realise SEPA, and market forces would ensure a smooth transition from the fragmented payments landscape of the time in Europe to the calm waters of a single payments area. The European banking industry would deliver the basis on which SEPA would be built, the rest would fall into place as a matter of course, and the end-user would be Very Happy.