CardinalCommerce has significantly expanded its global patent portfolio. The company’s U.S. and international patent portfolio now totals 63 issued patents, with a dozen new patents recently granted from five countries. Cardinal’s patents include sophisticated technology, architecture, engineering and applied sciences to protect its business and provide a safe haven for its Customers and Partners. Cardinal…
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Chase Pay has hooked up with 18 tech companies to accelerate merchant acceptance. Chase Pay uses QR Codes.
Zooz is teaming with CardinalCommerce to offer Cardinal Consumer Authentication (CCA) to its merchant base. With CCA, Zooz’s clients will enjoy the same protection for their card-not-present transactions that Cardinal’s Customers have relied on for years.
CardinalCommerce is offering selected wallets in their Universal Wallet at no charge. Merchants can add Google Wallet, MasterCard MasterPass and Visa Checkout to their online checkout with this introductory offer.
Bitnet and CardinalCommerce are teaming to make immediately available the ability for merchants to accept online payments using bitcoin. One Connection to Cardinal’s patented platform allows merchants to accept payments from dozens of digital wallets and alternative payment brands.
Munich PAY.ON is planning to integrate Cardinal’s Consumer Authentication solution into its platform. The solution will connect Cardinal with over 100 of PAY.ON’s payment service provider clients serving more than 50,000 merchants worldwide.
New patent for omni-channel payments issued. CardinalCommerce builds the inventions into its Centinel platform.
CardinalCommerce, the pioneer and global leader enabling digital commerce, announces that it has been granted a US patent for Alternative Payment Implementation for Electronic Retailers, patent US 8,762,210, and notice of allowance for Method and System for Extending Payment System Architectures and Legacy Order Processing Systems to Mobile Commerce Applications via Text Messaging (Japan). The new patent reinforces that Cardinal is on the leading edge of the payments industry’s move towards omni-channel payments. Consumers are looking for convenient ways to shop and to protect themselves and their payment data when shopping. This technology allows for in-store transactions using payment methods other than plastic cards, like digital wallets and other alternative payment methods. Cardinal’s patent portfolio includes 42 issued patents, 5 notices of allowance, and approximately 100 patent applications pending.
CardinalCommerce remote commerce received new intellectual property protection with regard to technology that expands its Universal Merchant Platform invention, related to its tokenization technology, in the form of patent US 8,645,266 B2. The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) awarded Cardinal the patent on February 4, 2014. Cardinal’s Universal Merchant Platform technology includes a system for securely processing Consumer Authentication for applications including eCommerce. The company’s patents on the invention date back to 2002. The new patent provides further and strengthened protection for Cardinal’s tokenization technology within the Cardinal Centinel® platform.
Virtual Piggy has announced its partnership with CardinalCommerce to integrate its youth payment technology into their Centinel Universal Merchant Platform. Virtual Piggy allows parents to set up a monthly allowance for their children and promotes financial management while empowering U21s to make purchasing, saving and other money management decisions for themselves, within the boundaries setup by their parents. Cardinal facilitates authenticated payments, secure transactions and alternative payment brands both for eCommerce and mCommerce.