A new credit card processing service has been introduced offering a free POS terminal that automatically applies surcharges to credit cards and provides customers with itemized receipts.
Salt Lake City-based Code is introducing a reader with embedded formatting features that can quickly manipulate barcoded data, including driver license and military identification information, to fill out loyalty forms and credit card applications or print templates for ID cards.
Skrill digital payments has partnered with Linden Lab to integrate the Skrill Digital Wallet as a payment option for Second Life user-created virtual world. Users can buy Linden Dollars (L$) with their currency of choice at the market exchange rate. Linden Dollars are then used for transactions among users for a wide variety of user-created virtual products and services in the Second Life marketplace. Since Second Life first opened in 2003, millions of people from all over the world have participated in the vibrant virtual economy, and Linden Lab pays out tens of millions of dollars to successful Second Life content creators every year. Skrill’s Digital Wallet provides users with a secure and easy method to send and receive Linden Dollars. Skrill 1-Tap, Skrill’s recurring payment solution, allows users to enter their information only once to enable continuous payments thereafter with just one tap or click.
CardWeb.com’s CardPixes database of more than 7,000 images today features the Simmons First Travel Rewards Platinum Visa.
1-800 Courier, a specialist in same-day delivery, distribution and transportation services has added courier receipt e-mail capabilities. The service provides actual receipts for same-day deliveries to all customers beyond the e-mail order confirmation, for the purpose of record keeping as a invoice and/or company reimbursements.
NY-based StadiumPark is debuting its first payment application this month in Buffalo. The roll-out will at the Allpro Parking lot most conveniently serving the First Niagara Center when the Detroit Red Wings take on the Buffalo Sabers at the First Niagara Center.
Shift4 confirms it is working with Ingenico and Verifone to provide EMV-capable devices that also provide true security against breaches, simplify PCI compliance efforts, and ensure retailers are ready for EMV well in advance of the October liability shift date.
While U.S. credit card outstanding, among the top 4 issuers, were flat year-on-year (Y/Y) in the third quarter, it is likely to grow 2% Y/Y in the fourth quarter (Q4/14) and for all of 2015. Driving the growth is Capital One while Bank of America is hampering the peer group growth.
Atlanta-based Global Payments reported revenues grew 10% to $697.3 million in the fourth calendar quarter (fiscal second quarter 2015 ending November 30) compared to $634.1 million in the year ago quarter.
Fujitsu Frontech’s G750L bill recycling unit is set to take off. Also, the PalmEntry physical access control as a method of replacing key and combination for access to a safe is picking up steam.
NJ-based KOAMTAC has introduced the KDC500 Mobile POS Companion that combines chip-and-PIN and MSR payment transaction technology with 1D/2D barcode scanning and NFC capabilities that support Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows mobile/PC over Bluetooth technology.
IL-based Zebra Technologies has unveiled a crop
of nine new products, solutions and services in the wake if its acquisition of Motorola Solutions’ Enterprise Business in October 2014. Most notably the Zebra PD40 mobile payment solution which supports mobile payments anywhere in the store using virtually any type of payment card.