Datacard Group announced that the company will relocate its corporate headquarters from Minnetonka to Shakopee, Minn. Datacard Group has outgrown the 35-year-old headquarters location in Minnetonka and wants to maintain its headquarters presence in the Greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area. After extensively researching areas that would fit their growth now and in the future, the company is confirming that they have chosen to buy and renovate a 370,000-square-foot facility at 1187 Park Place in Shakopee. The move is planned to take place in 2014.
USA Technologies officially launched ePortGOTM an end-to-end cashless payment, dispatch and navigation solution designed to simplify and economize the daily processes of today’s taxi and for-hire vehicle businesses while accommodating the increasing demand for secure, in-vehicle credit/debit card acceptance. ePortGO is an integrated system that enables credit/debit card fare payment, trip management, recordkeeping, vehicle dispatching, navigation, and other features all in one easy and cost-effective solution. ePortGO is also designed to be flexible; operators can start out with the standard service for metered or unmetered vehicles or opt for the Premium service that integrates dispatch, navigation and other features, such as a consumer mobile app displaying the operator’s personalized brand.
Blackbaud released Blackbaud MobilePay mobile credit card processing application that is integrated with the company’s payment processing services. Blackbaud MobilePay is now available in the Apple® App Store and the Android® Play Store to nonprofits in the United States using Blackbaud Merchant Services. Blackbaud clients receive up to two complimentary Blackbaud MobilePay card readers. Nonprofits can accept credit and debit card payments anywhere within minutes. Once logged in to the MobilePay app on an iPhone®, iPad® or Android® device, users simply enter the amount, the payee’s email, swipe the card and obtain a signature. A personalized email receipt is sent after each transaction.
RushCard debuted its newest television commercials this week, which feature company co-founder and social entrepreneur Russell Simmons in a variety of unexpected cameo roles. The 60-second spots for RushCard will air on cable networks nationwide and reflect the company’s new branding, developed in conjunction with the brand’s 10-year anniversary. RushCard will air two TV spots on cable networks nationwide throughout 2013. The first spot features Russell Simmons secretly posed as a doorman, tipping his hat to a RushCard cardholder on her way into the bustling city streets. The second spot subtly portrays Russell Simmons as the cab driver for a RushCard cardholder traveling in the backseat. In both spots Russell Simmons’ cameo illustrates how RushCard supports customers in their everyday financial lives.
Swiff announced its partnership with Affinitas, a payment solutions provider, to launch an innovative, secure Chip and PIN & Sign mPOS solution in Mexico.
Swiff will provide its mobile payment expertise through its unique authentication technology and hardware for Affinitas’ client ecosystem. Swiff’s secure, white-label mPOS solution will launch under the Mikit brand for Affinitas Clients like Sí Vale, Afirme and First Data. Marking Swiff as a key mobile payments provider in Mexico, this partnership also signifies a mobile readiness in the region. SCCP’s innovative mPOS platform integrated with a Chip and PIN & Sign solution will support acceptance and visibility of mPOS in Latin and Central America, beginning with Mexico.