In Other News: PURPLE DECK (NFC); BOEING (Citi); DIGITAL RIVER (awards); and ANYWHERE (EMV).
PURPLE DECK – Purple Deck Media has joined the NFC Forum. Recently, the company has adopted the N-Mark to further improve the recognition and acceptance of NFC’s wireless interaction between consumer technology, mobile devices, personal computers, and NFC compatible tags. Purple Deck Media is a software company that is now managing NFC through the cloud.
BOEING – Boeing has chosen Citi as a 2015 Supplier of the Year. Boeing recognized Citi for its outstanding performance in delivering high-quality products and services and thought leadership in providing commercial card solutions. Citi is the first bank to win this coveted award from Boeing. The Boeing commercial cards program, one of the services provided by Citi, is extensive, covering 71,000 cardholders across 26 countries and has allowed Boeing to improve control, compliance and efficiency.
DIGITAL RIVER – Digital River announced the winners of its 2016 Internet Commerce Excellence (ICE) Awards. Adobe Systems, HTC, Jabra, Lenovo, Nuance Communications and VMware were honored during Globalocity, the company’s recent global ecommerce conference, in San Diego.
ANYWHERE – AnywhereCommerce, a global payments solutions provider, announced that its Walker chip-and-signature and Nomad chip-and-PIN EMVCo-certified payment acceptance devices have achieved end-to-end certification with the First Data Rapid Connect program, providing EMV-certified processing on First Data’s authorization and settlement platforms.