In Other News: NAB (Velocity); PARAGON (FSS); CREDITCALL (MEPSA); and VIRTUAL PIGGY (IMPACT). NAB – NAB Velocity, the front-end omnichannel payments platform from award-winning credit card processor North American Bancard Holdings, has entered into a partnership with Enspire Commerce’s RetailPoint, a cloud-based mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) customer engagement solution targeted to small and mid-sized businesses. The…
Tokyo-based Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Club is now the exclusive issuer and acquirer of Diners Club cards in Japan for Discover Financial Services’ Diners Club International.
Gross dollar volume (GDV) for licensees of Discover-owned Diners Club International declined 3.0% year-on-year (YOY) in the third quarter of 2015 to $6.56 billion.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: MERCATOR (smartphones); Creditcall (EMV); CAPRA (NACS); and SYNCHRONY (Money 20/20).
In today’s CardFlash News Que: GIVECENTRAL (donors); MAG (CyberRisk Hub); BESTBLACKFRIDAY (sales); and NCR (Poelma).
Creditcall, the EMV-ready payment gateway and EMV migration specialist, has partnered with trusted credit card processing and financial services company Gravity Payments to simplify and speed up the EMV migration process for ISVs, VARs, and developers. With the October 1st Liability Shift looming, the integration of Creditcall’s ChipDNA EMV SDKs for iOS, Android, Windows, and…
Creditcall, a payment gateway provider and EMV migration specialist, and Discover’s Diners Club announced a signed agreement to expand the acceptance of Discover and Diners Club cards worldwide.
Creditcall and Lans Holdings have combined technologies to deliver a best in class EMV technology, reducing the time to market, cost and complexity of EMV certification while providing choice in EMV chip card readers and access to major U.S. processors.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: TABLESAFE (Creditcall); TIO NETWORKS (users); NXT-ID (Wocket); and WALLABY (Wise Bread).
Creditcall EMV-ready payment gateway provider supplied its mPOS payment solution CardEase Mobile to U.S. burgers and fries chain Five Guys. The product, which comprises an mPOS SDK that allows developers to easily add payment functionality to an mPOS offer, is an integral part of a new restaurant queue busting solution for Five Guys in the UK which speeds up customer processing time and also allows for better customer interaction while they are waiting to be served. Staff in 19 Five Guys restaurants are now able to take customers’ orders and mobile payments in the queue via a tablet device that includes Creditcall’s mPOS payment solution CardEase Mobile integrated within Lineten’s NOQU queue busting app.
Creditcall appointed Doug Wallace Head of North America (Retail) to oversee the building of the U.S. division and Creditcall’s North America retail activity. He will also be involved in the development of banking relationships and the certification process in North America. Wallace brings to the roll more than 20 years of experience in retail POS payment systems and was most recently Vice President of Operations and Client Services North America at YESpay, where he was responsible for business development and partner relationships.
VIisa Europe announced new partnerships with fifteen European Internet Payment Service Providers (IPSPs), giving the V.me by Visa digital wallet service access to their extensive e-commerce merchant portfolios, and supporting the continued growth and availability of the multi-market wallet service. The agreements increase the reach of V.me by Visa and as a result, Visa expects many more retailers to have access to V.me and be capable of processing transactions by the end of 2014. The partnerships include First Data, Pensio, Capita Software Services, The Logic Group, Sage Pay, CreditCall, FIS, Verifone, eCard, Dotpay, Worldline, Atos subsidiary in e-payment services, Payline by Monext, Payzen by Lyra Network, Paybox (Point VeriFone) and Be2Bill (Rentabiliweb).