Gemalto has introduced Ezio Armored Application software-based secure eBanking solution. Based on a locked down browser running within a dedicated desktop session, Ezio Armored Application establishes a secure connection to the eBanking website to protect against key logging and screen capture.
Payment collection specialist allpay will provide Bill Payment services to Lloyds Bank as part of the bank’s selection to the newly launched ESPO public sector banking framework. Lloyds has been selected alongside two other banks to offer a range of banking solutions as part of the framework, especially designed to help UK local authorities, central government, schools, social housing providers, police, NHS, and all other public sector organisations with their banking requirements.
Elavon will rely on Ingenico’s EMV-ready payment solutions to power two key Elavon initiatives in the U.S. In addition, it has chosen Ingenico Group to run Fanfare, Elavon’s omni-channel marketing and customer loyalty program for small-to-medium size U.S. customers.
China Merchants Bank has selected NCR’s Dynamic eLock Management solution to help the bank centralize the management of safe box keys and passwords across its over 10,000 unit ATM network. Specially designed for the China market, NCR Dynamic eLock management solution restricts the access to an ATM’s safe boxes to only authorized users with an IC smart key and a one-time password.
Farmers Insurance Group Federal Credit Union (FIGFCU) has selected Fiserv’s DNA account processing platform and a host of complementary Fiserv solutions as technology cornerstones for its future growth. Developed using contemporary, standards-based components, DNA provides FIGFCU with 24/7 real-time processing, scalability and robust retail, mortgage and commercial banking capabilities.
PSCU, the top U.S. credit union service organization is setting up an full geek, all-night, marathon-style innovation competition to solve today’s most pressing financial service issues for credit unions in just 24 hours. Knockout 2014 is an innovative team event that allows credit unions to stay relevant in the marketplace by quickly meeting the needs of today’s consumers.
Swedish e-commerce company Klarna wants to enter the U.S. market next year. Klarna Group has more than 1,100 employees and is active in 15 markets, serving 25 million consumers and working with 45,000 retailers.
Frisco, TX-based Sheplers, a top multi-channel western-wear retailer specializing in cowboy boots has been hacked. The Company says the breach potentially impacts customers who used payment cards at Sheplers’ retail locations between June 11, and September 4. However, Sheplers does not believe the incident affected its online webstore.
While the the initial deployments of cloud POS systems were not very good, there are new hybrid deployments, along with the participation of larger retailers in the discussion, that are making the potential use of the cloud for POS as worthy of the discussion, something most retailers would not even consider even two years ago.
CardWeb’s CardExecs database today spotlights Rob Reeg, president, MasterCard Technologies & Operations (MTO). He oversees the strategic processing platform, global network and quality of technology operations at MasterCard Worldwide. Based at the MTO headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, Reeg serves as a member of the company’s Executive Committee.
MasterCard is pushing its Simplify Commerce to merchants and developers in Ireland. The product enables any business to quickly and easily accept payments from major brands, online or in person, in a matter of minutes.
The Global NFC POS Terminals market is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 57.9% between 2013 and 2018. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increasing penetration of NFC-based mobile handsets. Terminals have also been witnessing the increasing penetration of NFC POS terminals in the transportation sector for ticketing transactions.