In today’s CardFlash News Que: TABLESAFE (Creditcall); TIO NETWORKS (users); NXT-ID (Wocket); and WALLABY (Wise Bread).
CardWeb.com’s CardData Reports today features “A Progressive Approach to Financial Inclusion” report from MasterCard Advisors.
CardinalCommerce is offering selected wallets in their Universal Wallet at no charge. Merchants can add Google Wallet, MasterCard MasterPass and Visa Checkout to their online checkout with this introductory offer.
Ingenico has unveiled the first and only PCI PTS 4.0 and SRED-certified mobile card reader equipped to accept both EMV and magstripe card payments, as well as NFC/contactless payments. The new Ingenico RP450c can be attached to a mobile device via audio jack, or used as a separate Bluetooth companion or in docking station mode.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features processor Clearent. The Company is based in Clayton, Missouri and was founded in 2005.
CardWeb.com’s CardWatch database of more than 57,000 marketing items today features the American Express ‘Back-to-School Shopping’ Featuring Tina Fey TV ad.
Austin-based Mozido is plowing big bucks into HCE (host card emulation) technology via a strategic investment in SimplyTapp.
Mozido will leverage SimplyTapp’s open card issuance platform to allow merchants to support NFC for more efficient and secure transactions within the merchants’ branded mobile application environment.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Kathy Tuite, Senior Vice President of marketing for TransFirst.
YapStone has a hockey puck graph of growth with 30% to $40% per year over the past 15 years. The global provider of web and mobile payment technology solutions has landed a $60 million financing package with Comerica Bank and Bregal Sagemount.
FICO is lifting the curtain for consumers on the 19 most commonly used versions of the FICO Score from the three major credit bureaus. Combined, the 19 score versions represent approximately 95% of FICO Scores sold and used by lenders.
The U.S. still leads e-commerce sales with an expected revenue of $349 billion in 2015. U.S. consumers also have the highest average order value (AOV) of $115 per purchase online. A new survey finds credit cards are used for 42% of transactions.
In a continuing effort to exit international consumer banking Citi inks a final deal to unload its Citi Cards Japan business to Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank for an estimated US$350 million. The deal, with began negotiations in December, includes 743,000 customer accounts and an exclusive franchise for Diners Club cards in Japan, according to CardData.