CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of card industy movers and shakers today features Ray Costner, Chief Technology Officer of Corserv. Atlanta-based Corserv Solutions provides credit card servicing and consulting to the financial services community.
With the departure of Dan Schulman, Group President of Enterprise Growth, to become CEO of PayPal, American Express names Neal Sample to become Enterprise Growth’s Chief Information Officer and Chief Marketing Technologist.
Hamburg-based Hanseatic Bank, a private bank, has picked CA Transaction Manager and CA Risk Analytics for card fraud prevention. Both are components of CA’s SaaS-based payment authentication solution.
Global Payments has unveiled two new kiosk offerings for casinos. The new LSX 3000 is the first electronic check cashing self service kiosk and the LSK 1500 is a full service casino kiosk.
NY-based gtechna USA has teamed with Galveston, Texas Police Department for parking enforcement system that is based on the scan of license plates for parking fees. The Company is highly regarded innovator in parking solutions for the entire lifecycle of parking management.
eBay plans to separate the company’s eBay and PayPal businesses into independent publicly traded companies next year. eBay also put Dan Schulman in charge of overseeing the PayPal break-off. PayPal has more than 152 million active registered accounts.
A new study has determined the security of credit and debit card information is a bigger concern for consumers than their health, retirement savings or losing their cell phone. Interestingly the survey found more than one-fifth of respondents stated they do not feel secure when paying with debit cards at retail establishments.
A new white paper explores how financial institutions can leverage the mobile channel as a sales platform. However, a mobile sales strategy demands the right tools, technologies and insights.
The Merchants Payments Coalition (MPC) a/k/a UnfairCreditCardFees.com, says debit-card swipe fee reforms have saved consumers nearly $18 billion over the past three years and merchants have created more than 100,000 new jobs.
Bank of America has introduced a new payment solution that enables companies to make payments to their customers digitally, eliminating the need to issue a check. With the new Digital Disbursements payments are directly routed to the bank account of the individual payee’s choosing using either a mobile phone number or email address as the identifier.
TransCentra billing and payment software enhanced its remote deposit capture (RDC) offering with additional security features and created a single platform solution for clients using both RDC and remote lockbox services. This includes enhanced anti-money laundering (AML) features, check-type identification, and more comprehensively distinguishes among money orders, cashier’s checks, personal checks and business checks.
Ulster Bank has joined the IBOS international banking network as a full member, which enables us offer banking services in Ireland to clients of other IBOS member banks, and also allows us offer the services of these banks to our Irish client base who continue to expand globally.