Whether it’s implementing EBT, EBT WIC, eCC or managing the current challenges of EMV transition to continuing to develop new solutions like EVV, we’ve been working constantly to improve service to individuals, ease implementation for all stakeholders, protect against fraud and lower overall expenditures for the state.
Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT)
Individuals in need get their welfare benefits quickly and accurately with EBT cards powered by EPPIC. Our ConnectEBT mobile app gives EBT cardholders secure, convenient access to information and funds. State welfare departments use our EBT Intelligent Analytics Portal to combat fraud, waste and abuse.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) EBT
The federal mandate to implement EBT for WIC by 2020 is right around the corner. We can help you reduce risk and ensure a smooth transition. We were the first to introduce WIC EBT and our core solution leverages proven best practices—no need to start from scratch.
Electronic Payment Cards (EPC)
The possibilities of disbursement via EPC cards are nearly endless. Our Go Program makes it easy for cardholders to use benefits wherever major debit cards are accepted, buying needed purchases such as groceries, gasoline, school clothes or utilities. From post-disaster emergency benefits to foster care and adoption payments, our programs make access simple and secure.
Electronic Child Care (ECC)
Improving service for parents and providers alike, our ECC Connect solution incorporates technology to make lives easier. Parents use a convenient card, biometric or mobile application to check their child in and out of daycare, creating electronic records of real-time check-in and check-out that facilitate automatic payment calculations and speedy payments to providers.
Turn your paper-based payroll into a thing of the past. Payroll cards reduce your administrative burden while improving convenience for your employees. We’ll help you deliver convenient, timely, accurate payroll, while eliminating burdensome check-cashing fees for the unbanked and making funds available everywhere MasterCard or Visa Cards are accepted, including ATMs locally and worldwide.
While many pension recipients utilize direct deposit to receive their monthly payments, a prepaid debit card is an alternative for those who are still receiving checks. Offering a branded MasterCard or Visa card provides convenient access to banks, ATMs, and retailers (domestic and internationally) for their pension payments.