In today’s CardFlash News Que: UBER (Adyen); METABANK (PayQuicker); PASSPORT (campuses); and REPORTLINKER (Malaysia).
UBER – Adyen announced an expansion of its existing partnership with Uber – powering payments for the ride-hailing company’s users in Casablanca, Morocco. Uber, now live in 58 countries, teamed up with Adyen to enable local users in Morocco to pay with locally issued credit and debit cards.
METABANK – MetaBank’s payment solutions division, Meta Payment Systems®, recently entered into an agreement with PayQuicker. PayQuicker provides a simple, cost effective payment platform for corporations. They provide a better way for corporations to pay their agents, contractors, channel sellers and others. The Sioux Falls-based financial services company will become the issuing bank for PayQuicker’s prepaid card programs.
PASSPORT – Passport, the industry leader in mobile payments for parking and transit, proudly announces its expansion to numerous university campuses this summer. Earlier this summer, Passport launched on the Auraria Higher Education Center, Weber State University, and University of Central Florida campuses. Ole Miss, University of Nebraska, Oregon State University, Michigan State University, and University of Michigan campuses will be soon to follow. As the leading provider of mobile payments for parking and transit, Passport has also deployed mobile payment services in large cities such as Toronto, Chicago, Boston, and Salt Lake City.
REPORTLINKER – ReportLinker.com is marketing a new report titled “Malaysia Remittance Industry Outlook to 2019 – Driven By Increasing International and Domestic Migration” provides detailed overview on international and domestic remittance market in Malaysia along with their segments. The report covers various aspects such as market size of Malaysia Remittance and Bill Payment industry and segmentation on the basis of major flow corridors, payment channel, interstate and intra state migration and outflows and inflows of remittance along with the competitive landscape in each segment of MSBs and Banks.