In Other News: HYPERWALLET (API); AMEX (awards); SAFEND (Windows); and MAGICPAY (ranking).
HYPERWALLET – Hyperwallet revealed its REST payout API would move into public beta following the company’s presentation at FinDEVr New York tomorrow. The API has been in private beta with select Hyperwallet clients since it was announced last October, making this the first time the API has been available to the broader developer community.
AMEX – American Express Travel named the recipients of the Representative Excellence Award for 2015, honoring the top 25 performing agency members of its U.S. Representative Travel Network with the prestigious distinction. The Representative Excellence Award honors the achievements of the American Express Travel Representative Network member agencies based on their superior results, leadership and strong dedication to customer service. They have exceeded key goals, including customer satisfaction throughout the year, and are strong champions of American Express Travel products, programs and benefits.
SAFEND – Supercom’s Safend announced today the support of Windows 10 end-points. Safend’s Encryption Suite is an easy to use security application based on a single, lightweight agent, providing a comprehensive solution that protects the organization’s sensitive data residing on servers, PCs, laptops and detachable devices. Safend Data Protection Suite is already deployed in more three million end points at more than 3,000 customers in different verticals (including government, financial, insurance and healthcare verticals).
MAGICPAY – The credit card processing ranking site, CardPaymentOptions.com, scored MagicPay Merchant Services with an “A” in several of its grading categories and overall. The site evaluated MagicPay in several categories including sales and marketing, costs and contract, and complaints and services. MagicPay proved as a high performing credit processing company.