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Terminal Quality Management
Overview
2010
TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH
Agenda
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Scope
Requirements
Benefits
Process
Recommendations for TQM implementation
Fees
Contact
TQM scope overview
Scope
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Relevant devices:
Terminal Level 1 Components
- for contact:
InterFace Modules (IFMs)
- for contactless:
Proximity Coupling Devices ( PCDs)
Relevant Vendors:
Vendors developing products embedding an IFM or a PCD
Requirements
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Same structure as ISO 9001
Focus on configuration management
Methodology
Based on assessment of questionnaires with surveillance by audits.
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TQM scope - EMV Level 1 Vs Level 2
OSI Model
EMV Specifications
Product Components
7 Application
6 Presentation
Level 2
Level 2 Component
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Application
5 Session
4 Transport
Level 1 Component
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2 Data link layer
Level 1
3 Network layer
1 Physical layer
TQM only focuses on Level 1 Component (s)
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IFM for contact
Or
PCD for contactless
TQM scope - Product Configurations in the field
Terminal
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PCD/IFM
Fully Integrated Terminal
Level 1
Level 2
Terminal
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Card Reader
Terminal and
Intelligent Card Reader
PCD/IFM
Level 1
Level 2
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Terminal and
Transparent Card Reader
Terminal
Card Reader
PCD/IFM
Level 1
Level 2
= Products subject to TQM
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PCD =Proximity Coupling Device
IFM = InterFace Module
TQM scope - Terminal Type Approval Level 1
Terminal Type Approval Level 1 testing
TTA L1
Success
Terminal
Level 1
Valid only for the tested sample:
One sample
Prototype/ Pre-series
• Specific Level 1 component
containing specific HW + SW
• Embedded in specific product (s)
• Is compliant with the relevant specification
The vendor has been able ONCE
to develop ONE compliant product configuration
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TQM scope - Terminal Level 1 within a Product
Product
Level 1
Level 1 component: PCD or IFM
Level 1 Component interface
Product
Part without impact on PCD/IFM functionality
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A change in one of
these parts may
impact the
PCD/IFM
functionality
TQM scope - EMVco policy on changes
1.
Major change does require new Type Approval
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Vendor is responsible
for assessing whether the change is minor or major and for demonstrating to the
Acquirer that the change is minor.
Source EMVco bulletin 11
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TQM requirements
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TQM requires the vendor to have implemented a Configuration
Management System ensuring that:
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The identification of the PCD/IFM and the PCD/IFM interface is sufficient
and allows efficient impact analysis of changes on EMV compliance
2.
Appropriate processes are implemented to control and improve the
Product configuration management from R&D to maintenance.
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TQM requirements - Configuration management
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MasterCard needs to be confident that:
1. Product configuration is controlled by the Vendor
» Identified
» Recorded
» Checked
2. Impact of changes is assessed
3. Subsequent unauthorized alterations are prevented
(guidelines for maintenance, process for information
release to manufacturing sites, etc..)
That is the TQM purpose
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TQM added value
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A TQM Label gives confidence that products are compliant with level 1 spec.
– products manufactured in volume,
– products which embed an approved IFM or PCD,
but different from the tested model,
– products which embed an updated version
of an approved IFM or PCD,
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Benefits
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For the Acquirer
– Vendor change management is
reliable and takes into account
EMVCo change policy
– Configuration management of the
products will be controlled and
continuously improved by the
vendor .
– Interoperability issues will be
managed following a controlled
process by the vendor.
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For the Vendor
– A means to demonstrate to
Acquirers that changes done on
their products are only minor
changes.
– Allow more design flexibility with
less cost for approvals.
– Give a marketing advantage.
TQM process - Overview
Mandatory process
Conditional process
Subcontracted to Assessment Body
Vendor Registration
with Assessment Body
Product Registration
TQM Compliance Assessment
TQM Audit
Test of Product Samples
TQM Label Recommendation
and Preparation
TQM Label Granting
by MasterCard
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Renewal
Completion of
TQM Questionnaires
MasterCard
TQM Label
TQM process - Outsourcing
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MasterCard has arranged for its Terminal Quality Management scheme to be
administered by TÜV Product Service.
From now on, the TQM primary contact is:
Mr Dale WHITAKER
[email protected]
+44-1489-558342
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All your requests for registration, product plan number, documentation,
granting of labels, TQM project management, etc. should be sent directly to
[email protected]
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TQM process - Product registration
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Objective
– Identification of each Vendors IFMs or PCDs requiring a TQM label.
– Agreement on submission timescale
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Key Steps
– Vendor completes an Application Form listing all IFMs/PCDs that need a TQM
label) and proposes dates for submission of TQM Questionnaires.
– Assessment Body confirms the schedule or agrees with the Vendor on a
modified schedule.
– Assessment Body assigns a TQM Project Plan number for each PCD or IFM
that needs one.
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Outcome
– Acknowledgement granted by granting of Project Plan number*.
( * formerly called action plan number)
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TQM process - TQM is not required for
– Terminals not subject to TIP, (Terminal Integration Process)
– End-of-life products (no longer being manufactured)
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TQM process - Questionnaires
Vendor Organizational Description
(VOD)
• Valid whatever the PCD or IFM
• Objectives:
– Configuration Management
System description
– Identification of organizational
changes done after last
assessment
– Corrective actions follow up,
Type Identification Description
(TID)
• Specific to one PCD or to one IFM
• Objectives:
– Description of the TTA L1
tested configuration
– Description of all the PCD/IFM
“evolutions”
– Description of all the PCD/IFM
implementations within
products
– Identification of product
changes done after last
assessment
– Corrective actions follow up,
Based on self-assessment
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TQM process - Recommendation to MasterCard
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Objective
– The assessment body to make a recommendation to
MasterCard concerning the TQM Label* granting
Key Steps
– Assessment Body send to MasterCard:
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The list of IFMs/PCDs involved in the TQM project
A management summary of the TQM project
The final audit report(s), if any
A recommendation for the granting of TQM label(s).
*Note that “TQM Label” means a unique reference allocated to an IFM/PCD following
MasterCard’s acceptance of the TQM recommendation. Vendors will receive a
“Statement of Compliance” listing all their TQM Labels. A physical label is not
required to be attached to a terminal.
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Recommendations for TQM implementation:
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Keep written documentation simple
– No need for translation into English
– Shorter is better
– Just improve existing documentation when needed
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Use existing processes
– Just improve existing process when needed
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Use existing tools
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TQM pricing for EMV Contact and PayPass services
Amounts in EUR
Initial Fee
Annual Renewal Fee
Fee 1
TQM Program Fee (Note 1)
6 500 €
3 500 €
Fee 2
Per additional VOD
2 000 €
1 000 €
Fee 3
Per additional TID
1 250 €
800 €
Fee 4
Per additional Manufacturing Site
1 250 €
800 €
Fee 5
Audit
Defined by TUV-PS
Defined by TUV-PS
Delivered by TÜV Product Service
Note 1: Vendor Registration + 1 or 2 VODs + First TID
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Contact
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TQM assessment body contact:
– [email protected]
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MasterCard contact (for escalation purpose only):
– [email protected]
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