LS Retail has a new version of its premier Omni-Channel retail and hospitality solution, LS Nav. The LS Nav member management feature makes it easy for retailers to get closer to their customers by offering them membership in loyalty programs as an app.
American Express continues to lose U.S. marketshare to Visa (VS) and MasterCard (MC) in the fourth quarter, with MC doing the most damage gaining 80 basis points (bps). Discover continues to maintain its 2.5% marketshare in U.S. Gross Dollar Volume (GDV).
Computer Services has enhanced its WatchDOG watch list screening applications to align with recently released regulations from the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) that target the Crimea region in Ukraine.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Sam Esfahani SVP, Chief Information Officer of PSCU.
Atlanta-based Axiologix has completed definitive agreements to acquire International Money Management. IMM markets a U.S. issued prepaid debit card that is uniquely affiliated with a distinctly independent foreign bank debit card, allowing money to be transferred to the foreign country via a “person-to-person” conveyance.
DHgate, a major e-commerce marketplace focused on cross-border trade of Chinese goods, announced it has launched a new service for Shopify members, enabling over 140,000 entrepreneurs and small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) in more than 150 countries with access to Chinese manufacturers and suppliers.
Half of mobile internet users have used a mobile device to make a major financial purchase, such as getting a mortgage, buying a car or investing in stocks. Consumers most likely to have made a large transaction on their mobile device were between the ages of 30 and 49 (58% have done so).
CardWeb.com’s CardWatch database of more than 57,000 marketing items today features the Discover “FICO Twins” television ad.
The international web hosting service provider Host1Plus has announced a partnership with Coinzone for Bitcoin payment integration, big news.
A stunning new survey shows the average Ingo Money user loads 90% more value per month to their prepaid card than a non-user, with no measurable cannibalization of pre-existing load volume or load fee revenue. Prepaid cardholders enrolled in Direct Deposit who also use Ingo Money load 44.2 percent more value monthly than non-users.
Detroit-based Rock Processing is here, the brainchild of Rock Ventures, the Quicken Loans family of companies and International Bancard.
Cardtek USA reports its sister company, Phaymobile’s has memberships to “Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program” and “Tizen Association Partner Program.”