Omni-Channel Worldpay Total Comes to the U.S.

Worldpay has unleashed its newest omni-channel payment platform for the U.S. – Worldpay Total. Connecting and simplifying payments across sales channels through a single integration point, Worldpay Total delivers end-to-end payment processing by combining point-of-sale (POS), integrated payments and acquiring for integrated software vendors (ISVs) and merchants. Worldpay first introduced Worldpay Total in November 2014…

PayPal and PayLease to Capture House Rental Payments

PayPal and PayLease to Capture House Rental Payments

PayLease, a specialist in payments, billing, and utility expense management provider for property management companies and HOAs, inked a strategic partnership with PayPal that will give renters and homeowners more options when paying their property manager online. HOAs and Property Management Companies who use PayLease will now have the option to accept PayPal transactions when…

Among Sub-Prime Credit Cards Limits Up - Delinquency Down

Among Sub-Prime Credit Cards Limits Up – Delinquency Down

Consumers credit card behavior improved since exiting the recession as evidenced by the growth of credit card limits in particular among the subprime credit card market. Yet, even with the solid improvements, the year-over-year figures indicate a slight increase in delinquency rates. Experian found the first six months of 2016 has shown that the total…

Posera Inks a Big Deal with a Large U.S. Payment Processor

Posera Inks a Big Deal with a Large U.S. Payment Processor

Toronto-based Posera has inked its second SecureTablePay non-exclusive distribution agreement with one of the largest payment processors in the United States.  The agreement will generate initial license fees and monthly recurring revenues for POSERA. Posera expects the solution to be available once technical certification is completed in approximately 3 months. Upon completion of the technical…

QSR Online Ordering Boosts Tickets by 26%

QSR Online Ordering Boosts Tickets by 26%

A new study found 40% of frequent restaurant visitors prefer to order online, and spend 26% more per online order at quick service restaurants (QSRs) and 13% more in casual and fast casual establishments.   The Deloitte Consulting report: “The restaurant of the future: Creating the next-generation customer experience,” uncovers the options that surveyed restaurant…