In Other News: NEXONIA (Amadeus); JACK HENRY (TCH); PAYPAL (Village Capital); and DIGITAL CHECK (SecureLink).
NEXONIA – Nexonia, a provider of web and mobile business financial management solutions, announced a partnership with Amadeus, provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel industry. The new partnership signals the advanced integration of Nexonia Expenses with Amadeus’ corporate self-booking tools, creating a consolidated and agile solution for corporate travel management. The new integration, which will be available to Nexonia customers in North America, streamlines the entire T&E booking and expense process from beginning to end.
JACK HENRY – Jack Henry a provider of technology solutions and payment processing services primarily for the financial services industry. Its JHA Payment Solutions group has inked a partnership with The Clearing House (TCH) to expand the scope of U.S. financial institutions equipped to send and receive new real-time transactions.
PAYPAL – Village Capital, the venture development organization that finds, trains and funds entrepreneurs working to solve global challenges, and PayPal have expanded their global relationship to support entrepreneurs focused on democratizing access to financial services for low-wealth individuals, families and small businesses. Together, with the support of local ecosystem partners, they will operate three venture development programs in 2016, supporting emerging FinTech innovators in Latin America, the United States and India. The joint initiative represents the first time a lead program partner has entered into a global collaboration with Village Capital to accelerate innovation in one of its areas of impact.
DIGITAL CHECK – Digital Check’s SecureLink technology will allow network control of any of its current-generation scanners, including remote operation from browser-based mobile and tablet devices. The new system will enable Digital Check scanners to operate without being tethered to a dedicated workstation, and is backward-compatible with existing scanner models.SecureLink debuts in the form of a small external attachment that adds network addressability so the scanner can be driven from a browser on another network-connected device. The SecureLink technology both drives the scanner and enables remote operation by either single or multiple tablets, laptops, and even smartphones. The 3-inch by 4-inch hockey-puck sized device can communicate with computers and handhelds running any operating system, and is fully compatible with touchscreen devices.