In today’s CardFlash News Que: ACCULYNK (Atlanta Courts); BILLTRUST (milestone); PAYTELLER (Janefour20 COO) and INETCO (BECU).
ACCULYNK – Has expanded its payment services platform within the City of Atlanta to now include Municipal Courts. Acculynk will offer the Municipal Courts a fully functional technical platform that will have a unique set of payments functionality. Individuals will be able to make a payment to the Municipal Courts using their credit and “True” debit cards and ACH via a comprehensive and defined eCommerce, point-of-sale and a mobile payments platform.
BILLTRUST – Thirteen years doesn’t seem like time enough for a company to alter long-time business practices of an entire market segment. But Billtrust, the leading provider of invoice-to-cash solutions, is transforming the way businesses receive and pay invoices. More than 1,000,000 customers of Billtrust’s clients now receive and/or pay invoices via a billing and payment site hosted by Billtrust.
PAYTELLER – Payteller Compliance announces the addition of new hire James Perez Foster as Chief Operating Officer for Janefour20 rolloutPayteller’s Janefour20 Kiosk Solution provides secure and effective services by reducing transaction time and cost while maximizing revenue, profit and loyalty. Janefour20’s kiosk and mobile technology is built on a flexible architecture that allows rapid development and deployment of unique solutions, such as industry specific compliance requirements.
INETCO – INETCO Systems Limited, a provider of transaction monitoring and customer analytics software for the banking and payment processing industries, announced that BECU has licensed the INETCO Analytics for a ATM solutions pack. A technological leader in financial services, BECU will use INETCO Analytics to acquire rich transaction data from their ATM network, gain on-demand visibility into member analytics, and ensure delivery of the best member experience possible. This licensing of INETCO Analytics is the latest in the trend of vertical analytics solutions being adopted in the banking market.