In today’s CardFlash News Que: MM HAYES (Quickcharge); BLUEPOINT (MDT); NEW MEDIA (funding); and HP (FireEye).
MM HAYES – M.M. Hayes, a software company specializing in cashless payment and point of sale solutions for the workplace, announced that it has added mobile payment options to its point of sale product Quickcharge POS. In addition to accepting payroll deduction, credit/debit cards, prepaid declining balance, and cash, Quickcharge POS now accepts Apple Pay and Google Wallet. This expansion allows MM Hayes to provide its customers even more convenience under one enterprise solution.
BLUEPOINT – – Bluepoint Solutions and Member Driven Technologies (MDT), a Michigan-based credit union service organization (CUSO), announced an expansion of their partnership to provide Bluepoint’s ImagePoint suite of check capture and item processing solutions to MDT’s growing roster of credit union clients. Through this relationship expansion, MDT has completed its offering with consolidated check capture, fraud and counterfeit detection, item processing, and archival all in one system, paired with proven processing services from MDT.
NEW MEDIA – New Media Insight Group, a leader in mobile payments, loyalty and gifting, announced that the company has secured a $2 million equity purchase investment to further advance its product roll-out and expansion efforts and other working capital needs. The investment is being provided by Premier Venture Partners, LLC. a Los Angeles-based private equity firm.
HP – HP and FireEye announced a first of its kind, go-to-market partnership to make incident response, compromise assessment and threat detection offerings available to HP Enterprise Services’ most strategic clients globally. Customers will benefit from HP Enterprise Services’ unparalleled global reach, portfolio of world-class security service offerings, including a comprehensive suite of security remediation services underpinned by FireEye’s advanced threat detection, intelligence, methodologies and incident response expertise. The companies will develop an industry standard reference architecture providing customers with a blueprint for advanced threat protection services and incident response capabilities.