Bluepoint Solutions has inked a deal with Mitek. Bluepoint’s mobile remote deposit capture (RDC) solution, QwikDeposit ToGo, will now include Mitek MiSnap for automated mobile check capture.
ThreatMetrix has named Armen Najarian as chief marketing officer. Najarian joins with more than 15 years of B2B and technology marketing experience, primarily with cloud-based software and data-driven solutions for the enterprise.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: MERCATOR (EMV); CONSTELLATION (EMV); RESEARCH & MARKETS (Kazakhstan); and INTELLICHECK (Q2).
In Europe, card payments remain among the most popular payment methods for e-commerce transactions. However with increased safety concerns and high merchant costs, across the continent a growing number of consumers are turning to alternative payment methods to complete their transactions.
The largest provider of private label credit cards in the U.S.announced that the benefits and features available on Synchrony Bank-issued private label credit cards will be easily accessed by the upcoming Samsung Pay.
While chatting online is cool, “click-to-call commerce” is so hot it will contribute more than $1 trillion in consumer purchases this year. Consumers who “click-to-call” directly from a mobile advertisement are four times more likely to purchase a product or service than a consumer who interacts with an online ad.
Dallas-based Avalon Solutions Group, the mother of myOmny and a technology company focused on the development of Software as a Service (SaaS) based solutions to support merchant payment processes for small businesses, announced today a $5 million funding deal.
CardWeb.com’s CardConferences today features the MOBILE WALLET 2015 conference, August 18-21, at the Grand Hyatt Jakarta, Indonesia.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: HEARTLAND (VersaPay); TOUCHSUITE (Top 500); CLEARENT (Top 5000); and SIMPLYTAPP ( HCE Award).
The average late stage U.S. credit card delinquency (90+ day) among the nation’s six largest issuers increased 7 basis points (bps) sequentially, to 0.81% for the second quarter, compared to 0.74% in the prior quarter and 0.86% one-year ago. However, all the issuers were down year-on-year (YOY), according to CardData.
U.S. cards-in-force (CIF) for Visa and MasterCard credit cards increased 9.0% year-on-year (YOY) while CIF for debit cards rose 7.7% YOY, in the second quarter, according to CardData. Visa is leading U.S. credit card CIF in YOY growth, while MasterCard leads U.S. debit cards CIF YOY gains in 2Q/15.
NY-based Payoneer says Wellington Management Company has led a $50 million investment in Payoneer. Susquehanna Growth Equity, an existing shareholder, also joined the funding.