Hanoi, Vietnam (November 1ST 2018), MK Smart JSC – a member of MK Group, today announced that it has become a member of APSCA Asia-Pacific.
About MK Smart Joint Stock Company, Vietnam
Established in 2003, MK Smart Joint Stock Company (MK Smart) is a member of MK Group, a leading company in South East Asia in the field of smart card manufacturing for telecommunication sector (SIM card), banking and finance (card & chip card), agencies, organizations and businesses. MK Smart is also the only company in Vietnam possessing experience and technology in manufacturing chip cards, SAM card. MK Smart own 2 factories Hanoi and HCMC, Vietnam with over 600 staff.
Currently, our factories are equipped with advanced physical security system, including the security application with cutting-edge technologies, protecting securely clients’ data of financial institutions. On the other hand, the factory has a closed production process, from the stage of receiving information from client to finished product delivery. This process is closely monitored by qualified technical department with hi-tech infrastructure, ensuring efficiency and absolute security.s, encryption and authentication.
In 2017, revenue from foreign markets accounted for more than 60% of the total revenue and the company continues to maintain market leading position in the domestic financial cards with over 80% market share.
By November 2018, MK Smart is still the only company in Vietnam that has earned GSMA, VISA, MasterCard, JCB, UPI and S.A.S certificates. We are proud to have the trust of thousands of clients locally as well as internationally in different fields. We aim to provide our customers products with American Technology, Japanese Quality and Local Price.
APSCA is the industry association for payment and identity in Asia, from secure smart chip-based and contactless applications to the latest digital payments and digital identity services.
APSCA is an industry network includes senior decision-makers from government agencies including identity authorities and central banks; from the financial sector including banks, international and domestic payments schemes: from the retail sector including merchants, e-commerce companies and processors; from the transport sector including transit authorites and ticketing schemes; from the connectivity business including telcos, MNOs and Internet service providers.