CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Gonzalo Gortázar, Chief Executive Officer of CaixaBank.
CO-OP Financial Services has beefed-up CO-OP Revelation advanced analytics solution powered by Saylent’s Card360.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features Cubic.
CardWeb.com’s CardData Reports today features the “Asia Pacific Mobile Money Industry Prospects till 2019 – China and India to Bolster Growth” report by Ken Research.
Jacksonville-based The Transaction Group (TTG) is providing free EMV terminals and PIN pads. TTG intends to provide merchants with a hi-tech EMV terminal to handle chip card transactions, as well as a customer-facing PIN pad with an EMV port so that the customer has possession of their credit card through the transaction process.
CardWeb.com’s CardPixes database of more than 7,000 images today features the Preferred Cash Rewards World MasterCard from USAA.
Ecwid has unleashed Ecwid POS-to-Online, a revolutionary new way for retailers with cloud-based point of sale (POS) systems to instantly publish products on the web and sell easily in-store and online. No matter if a customer buys a product online or offline, a merchant’s catalog, inventory, customer and transaction information always remain in sync.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: CSI (NuPoints); OPENTABLE (survey); AMEX (survey); and CREDITCARDS.com (card fees).
Payoneer and Digital River have teamed up to transform the way businesses send and receive cross-border payments. Today, Digital River’s solution enables merchants to process online payments using more than 200 international payment options and over 170 currencies.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: MASTERCARD (Convergence); XTBILLS (beta); 2COMMERCE (Bigcommerce); and FTNI (ETran Lite).
The nation’s second largest Visa and MasterCard issuer continues to struggle with sluggish outstandings and purchase dollar volume (PDV) growth, but credit card quality continues to improve. However, Bank of America’s signed up 1.3 million accounts in the second quarter, an 18% year-on-year (YOY) gain, the highest level since Q3/08, but yield fell 22 basis points (bps) in Q2/15.
U.S. Bank (USB), one of the nation’s largest commercial card issuers, posted a paltry 1.1% gain in year-on-year (YOY) outstandings, a weak 4.1% gain in consumer and commercial purchase dollar volume (PDV), as card income crept up a mere 2.7% YOY, according to CardData.