Ontario-based Diversus Payment Solutions, a unique transaction solutions provider that delivers value-added, cost-effective payment solutions through best-of-breed partnerships, today announced that it has inked a distributor/software integrator agreement with XAC Automation Corporation of Taiwan to distribute XAC products in Canada and the USA.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features Denmark’s Cryptomathic.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Chris Harvey, Vice President/Client Services for YapStone.
The Accenture Mobile Wallet platform has been cited in the “Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a White-label Mobile Wallet Platform,” scoring the highest overall technology assessment ranking in the report.
MasterCard announced its service to the Muslim lifestyle segment with its Zilzar.com partnership, a Muslim Lifestyle Marketplace platform. Zilzar.com is a business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) platform which will provide robust information and content for users, sellers, buyers, and halal certification bodies, engaging them across sectors of Islamic finance, food, travel, logistics, cosmetics and fashion, among others.
BitPay announced today that it has become a Demandware LINK Technology Partner. Demandware’s clients will now be able to easily add bitcoin as a form of payment thanks to BitPay’s development of a pre-built integration between its payment processing services and the Demandware Commerce platform.
TSYS signed an agreement to license its PRIME payment transaction processing platform to Metrobank Card Corporation (MCC) in the Philippines. MCC is a strategic joint venture between Metrobank and Australia New Zealand Bank and is one of the largest issuers and acquirers in the Philippines’ market. MCC will license PRIME 4, the latest version of the payment processing platform, to manage its multi-payment card issuing and merchant acquiring together with online authorization and switching on a single platform. Value-added services for installments, credit, loyalty, collections, dispute and chargeback management and acquirer fraud monitoring will also be offered as part of PRIME 4’s integrated payment solution.
Checkpoint Systems and RGIS, LLC, announced at the NRF 103rd Annual Convention & Expo that they have entered into a global partnership to bring the full RFID-based inventory management solution to retailers. The end-to-end solution incorporates the best-of-breed Merchandise Visibility Solution from Checkpoint, together with RGIS’s global team of inventory specialists. Checkpoint’s Merchandise Visibility Solution includes OATSystems software, RFID hardware, RFID tags, RFID-trained field engineers to deploy and support the implementation, RFID-based EAS leveraging the OneTag approach and Wirama Radar and RFID-based POS solutions and compliance tools.
Equinox partnered with Infinite Peripherals mPOS devices to offer a mobile payment solution that is compatible with Apple iOS by integrating IPC’s Linea Pro™ for the iPod touch® or iPhone®, or the Infinea Tab® for the iPad®. Empowering Apple handheld devices with a barcode scanner and a magnetic stripe reader, both the Linea Pro and Infinea Tab work with custom software to create a mobile system for POS, as well as inventory management, asset tracking, ID verification and lead tracking. To date, IPC has deployed more than 300,000 of its mobile POS devices nationwide. IPC will be able to offer its customers remote key injection capabilities on its POS-related devices, utilizing the Equinox Remote Key Injection (RKI) platform and thereby maximizing convenience, efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Mako Networks and AirTight Networks announced a reciprocal agreement to bundle Mako’s network management system and AirTight’s Wi-Fi technology from the PCI SSC North American Community Meeting. The joint solution offers sophisticated yet easy-to-use cloud management ideal for distributed enterprises, coupled with powerful Wi-Fi retail analytics and end-to-end PCI DSS compliance. A Mako network appliance connects the site to the Internet using a broadband connection. As the conduit for all Internet traffic, the Mako System is able to collect information about network usage at the site, which is populated into a Central Management System (CMS) that can be accessed by administrators from a simple web interface, with detailed reporting on the network activity across their distributed enterprise locations. Retailers can integrate social media channels with AirTight’s customisable guest Wi-Fi portals to engage with in-store customers, encourage them to opt into marketing programs and reach out to them via geo-marketing campaigns, such as coupons or special offers. Built-in Wi-Fi analytics deliver insights into customer behavior and trends.
Digital River expanded its Value Added Tax (VAT) management capabilities by partnering with Meridian Global Services. Digital River has long provided VAT calculation and collection capabilities as part of its global commerce solution. Working with Meridian, Digital River can extend its VAT advisory and remittance capabilities as a companion offering to its Digital River World Payments solution. The joint offering provides cross-border merchants access to both global online payments and VAT compliance solutions. The technology combination benefits merchants by breaking down barriers that prevent them from maximising their overseas selling opportunities. While the Digital River World Payments solution enables merchants to cater to local preferences with regionally preferred payment options and purchasing experiences, Meridian’s solution helps merchants manage the back-office operations of VAT compliance, which go hand-in-hand with global transactions. Through its global payment solution, Digital River offers online merchants more than 180 international and local payment options, and over 170 transaction and display currencies.
TSYS and FICO software integrated FICO’s latest version of its fraud management solution, “FICO Falcon Fraud Manager 6” with TSYS’ “PRIME” card and merchant management solution. This extension to TSYS’ global strategic alliance with FICO will enable TSYS to offer the Falcon Fraud Manager solution as a hosted service to its licensing clients around the globe. TSYS and FICO’s integrated solution is being successfully utilised by EnterCard, a Nordic-based TSYS PRIME client since 1999. The integrated Falcon solution manages fraud by examining the behavioural aspects of cardholder activity, using advanced analytic models to provide real-time decisions. Combining best-in-class neural network models with merchant profiles, the solution even goes one step further detecting fraud by using adaptive models that change as global fraud patterns migrate.