Fiserv financial services technology solutions has delivered its two billionth e-bill since 2005. According to the 2012 Fiserv Billing Household Survey, the top reasons consumers activated e-bills were convenience (69 percent), email reminders (31 percent) and financial organization (27 percent). Fiserv delivers e-bills to more than 3,800 financial institutions, for nearly 60 percent of all common household bills such as utility, mobile phone and credit card and patented the first end-to-end electronic billing and payment solution in 2000.
NCR Corporation launched its “Mobile Pay” solution, allowing restaurant patrons with a smartphone to browse their bill, re-order menu items and alert their server. Designed for restaurants that use NCR Aloha point-of-sale (POS) technology, “Mobile Pay” allows cloud-based credit card processing on mobile devices. The NCR “Mobile Pay” encrypts and securely accepts credit card information with password protection and allows patrons to “favorite” an item, re-order items, alert a server, provide feedback or get an emailed receipt, all integrated with social media just the way mobile users expect.
PayAnywhere mobile POS announced Pep Boys will be merchandising its credit card reader for mobile devices in its retail stores nationwide. The PayAnywhere reader allows Pep Boys customers to process credit and debit transactions right from their mobile device, anytime, anywhere. By selling the PayAnywhere mobile credit card reader in its stores and online, Pep Boys is providing independent contractors and repair shops with an important and powerful payments tool shown to boost revenue and increase customer satisfaction. PayAnywhere offers a professional-grade mobile point of sale solution that works with iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android and BlackBerry devices.