MasterCard and Samsung are extending their global partnership leveraging the MasterCard Digital Enablement Service (MDES) to deliver Samsung Pay in Europe. Samsung Pay is a mobile payment service that will enable consumers to use their Samsung flagship mobile devices to make every day in-store purchases at contactless and magnetic stripe terminals leveraging NFC and MST technologies.
CardWeb.com’s CardData Reports today features the Cards and Payments Industry in Brazil report by Timetric.
NJ-based Heartland Payment Systems is collaborating with ShopKeep, the cloud-based technology and business-management solution, to provide small- to mid-size businesses (SMBs) with ShopKeep’sPad-based POS software and Heartland credit/debit card data payment solution.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: ARROWEYE (EMV); CSI (exec); CUBIC (exec); and AMEX (Best Buy).
First Data’s continued losses, laden with debt and milked by KKR minions makes its upcoming IPO for fools. The Company, valued at $40 billion, managed to lose $26 million in the second quarter which it blames on foreign currencies – total mismanagement and lack of foresight.
Atlanta-based Global Payments (GPN) reported Q2 calendar revenues grew 4.9% to $707 million, compared to $674.0 million in the year ago quarter. For fiscal 2016, the company expects annual adjusted net revenue of $2.06 billion to $2.10 billion, or 6% to 8% growth – really?
Millennials have now passed baby boomers as the largest segment of the U.S. population, this digitally independent generation is still much less savvy than older generations when it comes to their finances and credit management.
GA-based acquirer TSYS reported a solid second quarter as total revenues for hit $692.6 million, an increase of 15.1% over the prior year. Income from continuing operations attributable to TSYS’ shareholders was $82.8 million, a whopping increase of 38.6%.
APG Cash Drawer is going big time on showcasing its Cashlogy POS1000 cash recycler technology, mobile cash drawer solutions, and the Stratis Integration System.
Visa and Stripe have inked a strategic partnership to support new technologies and online payment experiences for merchants, developers and consumers worldwide. Through this relationship, Stripe will accelerate its international expansion, particularly in emerging markets, accessing Visa’s global footprint through its acquiring and issuing partners. To support this growth and joint long-term initiatives, Visa has also made a strategic investment in Stripe.
Transact24, a Hong Kong-based payment services provider, has opened a new US office in Frederick, MD. Transact24’s focus on the US market has increased in recent years as a direct result of the growth of their ACH payment processing and credit/debit card acquiring business lines.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Melisa Miller – Executive VP & President, Retail Credit Services of Alliance Data.