Hong Kong-based AsiaPay Technology unveiled its newly certified 3-D Secure Access Control Server (ACS) managed service for issuing banks after launching the ACS solution in earlier years.
Visa will soon begin offering Mobile Location Confirmation using mobile geo-location information to more reliably predict whether it is the account holder or an unauthorized user making a payment with a Visa account. It we be available to U.S. card-issuing financial institutions in April.
By the end of this year nearly 60% of U.S. point-of-sale locations will be chip-capable. And the pace of implementation is accelerating, with 86% expecting to be chip-enabled by the end of 2015.
CardLinx Association has published the final versions of its first four standards to enable interoperability between the payments and digital marketing ecosystems. The standards have been developed by working groups of the global payment networks, merchants, banks, digital advertising publishers, payment processors, and card-linked offer technology companies.
VA-based 3Delta Systems (3DSI) has implemented an ERP-integrated credit card processing and security solution for Bell and Howell, experts in customer communication through print, mail and parcel services.
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MA-based MineralTree has received $11 million in Series B funding. The latest round was led by First Data.
Seattle-based MAP Prepaid, a provider of Visa®Prepaid card programs for credit unions, has introduced its “MAP App” for smartphones. With the MAP App, cardholders can manage their Visa Prepaid card account directly from an iOS or Android mobile device.
A new survey finds 75% of respondents who used NFC were very satisfied with their experience. More than 75% of respondents indicated an interest in viewing additional product information including inventory and availability via NFC.
The Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars, will open in New York in July 2015. The program will provide the opportunity for ten companies to participate in thirteen weeks of intensive networking, mentoring and development, aimed at supporting breakthrough financial technology innovations.
NY-based iPayment added four new members to its Board, including David R. Hughes, Marshall J. Lux, Michael P. Monaco and Brian V. Mooney
Standard Register inked a multi-million dollar agreement with Webster Bank. Under the agreement, Standard Register renewed its contract through 2018 to provide enterprise print management and promotional marketing programs and expanded the relationship to include electronic bill presentment and payment (EBPP) services.