Mexico’s Financial Inclusion Initiatives Moving Cash to Cards – Robust Future

Cash remains the preferred form of consumer payments in Mexico; especially among the rural population, primarily due to limited knowledge of payment cards or limited access to banking infrastructure. Cash is primarily used for making small-value payments at retailers, and for the payment of utility bills, taxes, and transport fares. A significant proportion of the…

Verifone & AITO Ink Payments Deal for Mexican Petroleum Retailers

Verifone and ATIO Group, a provider of retail fuel technology in Mexico and other Latin American markets, inked a deal to provide integrated payments technology to Mexico’s petroleum retailers. Mexico is the sixth largest consumer of motor gasoline and diesel with more than 11,000 filling stations across the country, and its energy market deregulation allows…

Aeroméxico to Deploy NCR’s TouchPort 120 Kiosks

Aeroméxico to Deploy NCR’s TouchPort 120 Kiosks

[ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”0″ ihc_mb_template=”1″] NCR is providing TouchPort 120 SelfServ kiosks to Aeroméxico, the largest airline in Mexico, to help expedite the airline’s check-in process and provide customers a convenient alternative to service counter transactions. Aeromexico passengers will be able to check-in, choose and upgrade their seats, check bags, and purchase in-flight commodities such as…

BanBanjío & TSYS

Mexico’s Banco del Bajío, one of the top 10 banks in Mexico, has gone live with its licensed PRIME solution from TSYS.
Banco del Bajío has deployed PRIME within its dedicated card services center to manage its credit and private label card portfolios, along with its loyalty and installment programs, in-house on the single-platform PRIME solution.