Minneapolis-based APG Cash Drawer is introducing new cash recycling technology along with purpose built European products. Feature rich and purpose built for retail, the new technology will effectively serve restaurants, quick serve, supermarkets, c-stores and more.
Misys software has been awarded the SWIFT Certified Application labels for trade, supply chain finance and corporate supply chain finance. Having won the recognition for the seventh consecutive year, Misys was namely awarded for its FusionBanking Trade Innovation and FusionBanking Corporate Channels, FusionBanking Trade Innovation and FusionBanking Corporate Channels – Supply Chain Finance and FusionBanking Corporate Channels – Corporates-Trade Supply Chain Finance. Misys’ dedication to SWIFT best practices over the years has ensured the firm’s trade services platforms are compliant with the latest standards in trade finance. In upcoming releases this will include support for the SWIFT FATF 16 changes, due in 2015 as part of SWIFT’s roadmap to address financial crime in payments and trade finance.
While the payments industry is ablaze with mobile payments technology and potentially huge profits, it will not come to fruition unless consumers are educated on the performance and ease of use of mobile pay services.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Fred Brothers, Executive Vice President of Strategic Innovation of FIS.
San Diego-based PayLease has added a retired Morrison & Foerster attorney to its Board. PayLease, is a provider of electronic rent payment services for the property management industry.
A new credit card processing service has been introduced offering a free POS terminal that automatically applies surcharges to credit cards and provides customers with itemized receipts.
Salt Lake City-based Code is introducing a reader with embedded formatting features that can quickly manipulate barcoded data, including driver license and military identification information, to fill out loyalty forms and credit card applications or print templates for ID cards.
Skrill digital payments has partnered with Linden Lab to integrate the Skrill Digital Wallet as a payment option for Second Life user-created virtual world. Users can buy Linden Dollars (L$) with their currency of choice at the market exchange rate. Linden Dollars are then used for transactions among users for a wide variety of user-created virtual products and services in the Second Life marketplace. Since Second Life first opened in 2003, millions of people from all over the world have participated in the vibrant virtual economy, and Linden Lab pays out tens of millions of dollars to successful Second Life content creators every year. Skrill’s Digital Wallet provides users with a secure and easy method to send and receive Linden Dollars. Skrill 1-Tap, Skrill’s recurring payment solution, allows users to enter their information only once to enable continuous payments thereafter with just one tap or click.
NC-based SiteLink is adding SiteLink Merchant Services and SiteLink eSign into its suite of software products. Now, storage operators eliminate third-party gateways by processing credit card payments directly through SiteLink Merchant Services.
Shift4 confirms it is working with Ingenico and Verifone to provide EMV-capable devices that also provide true security against breaches, simplify PCI compliance efforts, and ensure retailers are ready for EMV well in advance of the October liability shift date.
While U.S. credit card outstanding, among the top 4 issuers, were flat year-on-year (Y/Y) in the third quarter, it is likely to grow 2% Y/Y in the fourth quarter (Q4/14) and for all of 2015. Driving the growth is Capital One while Bank of America is hampering the peer group growth.
Atlanta-based Global Payments reported revenues grew 10% to $697.3 million in the fourth calendar quarter (fiscal second quarter 2015 ending November 30) compared to $634.1 million in the year ago quarter.