Breaking News: DRA (licensing); PARKMOBILE (NYC); CARDFELLOW (Indigo); and THREATMETRIX (Fuji Soft).
DRA – Canada-based Digital Retail Apps (DRA) will begin licensing its purchase verification technology to merchants and partners. As well, the company has earned an additional patent on its system and method of facilitating secure self-payment transactions of retail goods. The new patent broadens Digital Retail Apps’ proprietary verification technology and helps to license the solution to other parties in various deployment methods.
PARKMOBILE – The New York City Department of Transportation and Parkmobile have registered into a contract which will implement a program that will allow motorists to pay for parking using their mobile phones at all of the 85,000 on-street metered spaces throughout New York City
CARDFELLOW – CardFellow added Indigo Payments to its credit card processing marketplace. Indigo’s inclusion allows it to place certified quotes for businesses that come to CardFellow seeking honest, transparent, competitive credit card processing. As with all certified quotes, Indigo will offer pass-through pricing, a lifetime rate lock, and no cancellation fees. CardFellow will remain a point of contact for any business that chooses a quote through the marketplace, providing ongoing education and client support.
THREATMTRIX – ThreatMetrix has inked an agreement with FUJI SOFT, a global software technology company based in Yokohama, Japan, to provide online fraud prevention solutions to businesses in the Japanese market. The partnership highlights the continued growth of the ThreatMetrix brand in Asia.