Fico announced The Fair Isaac Advisors P&L Insight Service, giving financial services organizations an analysis of their portfolio trends and profit drivers, along with portfolio-level profitability forecasts and what-if scenarios for strategic planning purposes.Unlike traditional P&L assessments, the P&L Insight Service examines potential impacts across the credit lifecycle, including marketing, originations, customer management and collections. FICO’s advisors can rapidly generate actionable insights using a proprietary FICO tool with built-in forecasting models that can be tuned to the particular dynamics of a bank’s portfolio. Advisors convert 12 to 24 months of portfolio-level data into coherent business intelligence, provide automated trend analysis of profit drivers, deliver actionable and quantifiable recommendations, and assist with strategic planning activities for short-, medium-, and long-range objective-setting.
JetPay has fully satisfied the arbitration award granted to EarlyBirdCapital Inc. As previously disclosed, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (the “ICDR”), pursuant to an arbitration claim filed against the Company by EBC, rendered its decision on March 3, 2014 and ordered the Company to pay damages of $2,070,000 plus interest, attorney’s fees and expenses of approximately $740,000 within 30 days of the decision. The Company entered into a Securities Purchase Agreement (the “Common Stock SPA”) with Bipin C. Shah, its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and C. Nicholas Antich, the President of JetPay Payroll Services (aka AD Computer Corporation), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company. Mr. Shah and Mr. Antich agreed to purchase an aggregate of 333,333 shares of the Company’s common stock at a purchase price of $3.00 per share, for an aggregate of $1.0 million. Additionally, on April 14, 2014, the Company issued 4,667 shares of Series A Convertible Preferred Stock to Flexpoint for an aggregate of $1.4 million.
TNS Announces Winners of 2014 TNS Choice Awards Award Recognizes Outstanding Performance in the Financial Services Marketplace
TNS, announced the winners of the 2014 TNS Choice Awards to recognize financial services organizations that have achieved superior performance in the competitive marketplace. Winners of the award have shown themselves to be the preferred choice by their strong performance in attracting new customers, satisfying and retaining customers, and winning a larger share of their customers’ total banking business. The program is developed to identify strong achievement on both the National and Regional level. Winners include JP Morgan Chase, U.S. Bancorp, Ally Bank and BB&T Corporation. These research programs also diagnose what is driving marketplace momentum through an assessment of each firm’s customer experience, brand health, and marketing effectiveness.
Millions of customers transfer money domestically each year, many of them struggling to navigate the complex and costly fees that come with each transaction. Today, Walmart and Ria are launching a retail industry first – Walmart-2-Walmart Money Transfer Service. Available April 24, the new low-cost service allows customers to transfer money to and from more than 4,000 Walmart stores nationwide for up to 50 percent less than similar offerings on the market.
Walmart and Ria are launching the Walmart-2-Walmart Money Transfer Service allowing users to transfer money to and from more than 4,000 Walmart stores nationwide. Walmart-2-Walmart offers a clear fee structure with just two pricing tiers: customers can transfer up to $50 for $4.50 and up to $900 for $9.50. Competitive offerings often include 10 or more fee tiers and charge up to $70 for transferring less than $1,000. Money transfers above $50 make up the majority of transactions in the U.S. Walmart-2-Walmart will bring dramatic savings to these customers. Walmart also offers other everyday money services such as check cashing, bill pay, money orders and tax preparation services, as well as industry-leading pre-paid card programs though the Walmart MoneyCard, and Bluebird, a checking and debit alternative.
American Express posted a 1Q/14 net income of $1.4 billion, up from the year ago figure of $1.3 billion. Meanwhile consolidated total revenues totaled $8.2 billion, up 4% from the year ago figure of $7.9 billion, due in great part to more Card Member spending.
[ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”0″ ihc_mb_template=”1″] Bank of America reported a net loss of $276 million for 1Q/14, compared to net income of $1.5 billion in the year-ago period. Revenue declined 3% from the 1Q/13 to $22.8 billion. These results include $6.0 billion in litigation expense related to the previously announced settlement with the Federal Housing Finance…
Square has hired Alyssa Henry to lead engineering for the company to head up engineering operations for Square’s infrastructure and payments platform. Most recently the Vice President of Amazon Web Services (AWS) Storage Services, Alyssa led services including Amazon S3 and Amazon EBS through hypergrowth, and scaled the teams, software, and businesses. Alyssa was Amazon’s director of software development for ordering, with responsibility for Amazon’s ordering workflow software and databases. Before Amazon, Alyssa spent 12 years at Microsoft working on databases, data access technologies, and internal customer relationship management software in a variety of engineering, program management, and product unit management roles. Alyssa started her career as a developer in the financial services industry.
Skrill, announces the launch of its Global Payment Suite for merchants to give transactional businesses access to enhanced credit and debit processing, plus a range of international alternative payment options all rolled into one solution. The Skrill Global Payment Suite enables them to accept payments from customers across the world, in just one, easy integration. Skrill’s Global Payment Suite brings together Skrill Card Processing, Skrill Alternative Payments and the Skrill Digital Wallet into one package. It enables business to accept credit and debit card payments and multiple local payment methods, in 200 different countries and in 12 checkout languages, so that merchants can use the power of the Internet to do business wherever they choose. The Global Payment Suite includes robust security features, supported by Skrill’s team of anti-fraud and security experts to constantly monitor transactions and take action on behalf of customers.
[ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”0″ ihc_mb_template=”1″] Citigroup 1Q/14 net income of $3.9 billion and revenues of $20.1 billion. This compared to the year ago figure of $3.8 billion on revenues of $20.2 billion, respectively. Citicorp cost of credit of $1.6 billion in the first quarter 2014 declined 4% from the prior year period. The decline reflected both…
CO-OP Financial Services signed an agreement with Visa to make the Visa EMV common debit solution available to its credit union clients. This long-term agreement between CO-OP Financial Services and Visa enables development of regulation-compliant debit EMV solutions using a common Application Identifier (AID). Some development will still need to be done at terminals (both POS and ATM) in order to choose the common AID, a priority for industry organizations such as DNA. CO-OP helped found DNA in December 2013, and will continue to play a key role in its activities. Michelle Thornton, Manager-Core Products for CO-OP, is a member of DNA’s Board of Directors. The Visa EMV solution provides portability for debit card issuers, and network routing choices for merchants and ATM acquirers.
NCR announced Buffalo Wild Wings implemented its Aloha Online Ordering solution for its 1,000 company-owned and franchised locations in addition to to its existing NCR technology solution. The Aloha Online Ordering enables Buffalo Wild Wings customers to order online and avoid wait times on the phone. Their payment information is securely stored for future orders and they can review their order; increasing order accuracy. All web orders are instantly distributed to the appropriate store and then routed to the kitchen. Buffalo Wild Wings chose NCR for its global footprint, best-in-class solutions, reputation and commitment to the restaurant industry and the ability to work with one vendor as a long-term partner.