KeyBank customers banking in New York have access to more surcharge-free ATMs as a result of a new partnership between KeyBank and Cardtronics
CheckAlt reports it is on pace to process more than 100 million transactions in 2014. These transactions represent the combined volume of CheckAlt and its ERAS division, which CheckAlt acquired from Diebold in June of this year.
NCR’s Cornell-Mayo subsidiary ranked first in more categories than any of its competitors in RIS News’ annual Software Leaderboard.
London-based Worldpay is heading to Atlanta. The Company will occupy130,000 square feet over six floors in Atlanta’s Midtown business district. Worldpay received a $1.5 million City of Atlanta Economic Opportunity grant to help fund the relocation of its U.S. headquarters.
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU) has implemented VASCO’s two-factor authentication solutions to protect retail banking customers accessing the bank’s online banking services.
Card spending rose nearly 13% and debit card spending increased more than 6% for the Thanksgiving Day (11/27) through Cyber Monday (12/1) period. Black Friday was the biggest day for credit card spending.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Pierre J. DuPré, the Chief Information Officer of JetPay.
PenFed is blazing the way in credit union credit cards and piling up awards along the way. The PenFed Platinum Rewards Visa Signature Card is the latest standout in its portfolio.
KS-based Retail Success has acquired NE-based Boutique Window, an online marketing and social media management platform. Retail Success will add Boutique Window to its existing set of retail tools that include POSIM a point of sale, inventory management and eCommerce solution and sister company, National Merchant Alliance, a provider of electronic payment technology and services.
NY-based ShopKeep unveiled its new e-commerce site, shop.shopkeep.com. To celebrate this new site, ShopKeep is giving new customers a free credit card reader that supports Apple Pay and chip cards.
Thanks to Cubic Transportation Systems Sydney’s Opal contactless smartcard ticketing system across all transport modes and connecting multiple operators is up and running much sooner than expected.
In 2013, the Egyptian payment cards transactions were estimated at USD 23.5 billion, representing a CAGR of 9.07% from 2009. The average transaction value in Egypt in 2013 amounted to USD 97.7, the lowest if compared with other Arab countries.