San Diego-based Ecwid has collaborated with Square to offer retailers the ability to sell anywhere online and keep all channels in sync. Ecwid is available directly or through trusted partners and has over 900,000 registered merchants in 175 countries with support for 45 languages.
San Diego-based Ameranth says the U.S. Patent And Trademark Office (USPTO) has concluded its review process of Ameranth’s lead ‘data synchronization’ patent under a second attempt to invalidate it under the Covered Business Method (CBM) review process initiated by many infringing Defendants.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: THREATMETRIX (award); AMERICAN EXPRESS (SCA); YSTATS (report); and ENTERPRISE (Chase).
San Diego-based iWallet has linked up with NEXT Biometrics Group ASA to introduce a turnkey biometric identification solution, iWallet Password, based on NEXT Biometrics’ NB-3010-U ergonomic USB desktop fingerprint reader, a ready-to-use peripheral with USB interface designed to entirely replace passwords when logging into notebooks and tablets.
San Diego-based iWallet has inked a deal with NEXT Biometrics to incorporate NEXT Biometrics’ next generation, high-quality fingerprint imaging sensor modules into iWallet’s portfolio of products, which feature its patented BIO-BLU Biometric Bluetooth® smart locking technology.
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.
First Data (FDC) is acquiring digital gift card pioneer Transaction Wireless (TWI), the San Diego-based enterprise digital gift card distribution platform. First Data now provides its gift card clients, distributors, partners and resellers a fully integrated, comprehensive physical and digital gift card program.
San Diego-based iWallet has introduced BIO-BLU Biometric Bluetooth Smart locking technology to its technology portfolio. iWallet is focused on bringing-to-market biometric products designed to protect credit cards, jewelry, prescription medications and other valuables.
San Diego-based Mitek has inked an agreement to acquire Netherland’s-based IDchecker, a global provider of cloud based identity document verification and facial recognition solutions.
Detroit-based Rock Processing is here, the brainchild of Rock Ventures, the Quicken Loans family of companies and International Bancard.
A new survey shows 68% of participating firms offer residents the option to pay their rent or HOA dues online. An increasing preference among Americans to manage bills online, combined with more cost-effective, easier to implement payment solutions are believed to be fueling the growth.
San Diego-based PayLease has added a retired Morrison & Foerster attorney to its Board. PayLease, is a provider of electronic rent payment services for the property management industry.