Oregon’s Azuga Insight mobile application is now here as well as the addition of four exciting new features to its suite of value-added services for participants in OReGO, the nation’s first pay-by-the-mile program that was launched this summer by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).
In today’s CardFlash News Que: FIS (Landmark); NCR (Tropic); ACI (roundtable); and GLORY (ATS).
San Francisco-based Snapcard, Bitcoin wallet & bitcoin payment processor, has teamed with UniPAY, an e-wallet company and payment service provider based in the country of Georgia.
Austin-based Mozido has ankled R. Todd Bradley as the company chief executive officer effective immediately. Bradley joins Mozido from TIBCO Software where he served as president of the Silicon Valley business software concern since June 2014.
San Diego-based Ecwid has collaborated with Square to offer retailers the ability to sell anywhere online and keep all channels in sync. Ecwid is available directly or through trusted partners and has over 900,000 registered merchants in 175 countries with support for 45 languages.
Navy Federal Credit Union, the world’s largest credit union, is adding Samsung Pay as a mobile payment option for its nearly six million members worldwide. The CU says credit cards alone saw total sales reach $1.18 billion in September.
The CARTES SECURE CONNEXION event this year features 33 SESAMES Awards finalists and the 5 Startup Challenge finalists. The SESAMES Awards will be presented on November 17th.
The MCX CEO said the agreement with Chase will link MCX’s extensive network of owner-merchants – which collectively process over a trillion dollars annually in transactions at more than 110,000 retail locations across the United States – with Chase, which is number one in total U.S. credit and debit payment volume.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: VISA (Movember); American Express (Presido); SYNCHRONY (DoD); and REPORTLINKER (Europe).
NJ-based Heartland Payment Systems (HPS) reported Small and Mid-Sized Enterprise (SME) Q3 transaction processing volume set a new quarterly record $24.5 billion, up 13.1% year-on-year (YOY). HPS also acquired privately held Digital Dining, a provider of restaurant point-of-sale (POS) and management systems throughout the USA.
ME-based fuel card kingpin, WEX, reported Q3/15 revenue rose 2% to $226.1 million. However, on a non-GAAP basis, the Company’s adjusted net income for the quarter decreased 25% to $49.9 million.
Western Union reported Consumer-to-Consumer (C2C) constant currency third quarter revenues increased 3%, while reported revenues declined 3%. Consumer-to-Business (C2B) revenues grew 6% in the quarter, or 10% constant currency, driven by the Argentina walk-in and the U.S. electronic bill payments businesses.