Globo has inked I Love Velvet to integrate GO!Enterprise with its Mobile Point of Sale (MPOS) solution.
Terbium Labs, a security software company that proactively searches for stolen data on the Dark Web using a patented, privacy-protected, data fingerprinting technique, is using the MapR Distribution as the big data platform for Matchlight, a first-of-its-kind data intelligence system.
San Francisco-based Revel Systems has landed $13.5 Million from ROTH Capital Partners, a relationship-driven investment bank with close connections to Revel. This was Revel’s C-3 investment round, a follow-up to the Series C-1 round led by Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe in November 2014 and Series C-2 round led by Intuit in December 2014.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: NAB (award); MYCHECK (Twin Peaks); FISERV (PBC CU); and BLUESNAP (Sensibo).
Sionic Mobile has ankled Spencer White as Chief Operating Officer and EVP Business Development. With more than 25 years experience, White co-founded Softcard (the AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile mobile wallet joint venture – formerly Isis) whose technology was recently purchased by Google.
VA-based Intelishift Technologies now accepts payment in Bitcoin. Colocation providers can now pay for their colocation hosting services using the virtual currency. A peer-to-peer type of payment, users can make transactions using Bitcoin without needing an intermediary.
Panasonic unveiled the new modular “Stingray III” POS workstation. An enterprise-grade POS device compatible with a variety of Microsoft Windows operating systems, it features an all-in-one flexible, modular design for the retail, quick service restaurant (QSR) and hospitality industries. Flexibility and Modularity: The Stingray III’s versatile design features interchangeable touchscreens and allows easy customization to meet individual retailer requirements with unlimited mounting options. The increased modularity of the Stingray III also makes servicing and replacing parts a simpler process, allowing the workstation to be easily maintained, reducing total cost of ownership and increasing ROI.
Among the newest Panasonic’s products for 2015 is the Toughpad FZ-R1, the industry’s first*1 7-inch all-in-one mobile POS tablet running Windows 8.1 for retail environments and to meet the changing omni-channel customer expectations while providing secure transaction capabilities.
San Francisco-based Revel Systems has secured a $1.2 million grant from Invest Northern Ireland to open a UK sales and operations center in Belfast. The Revel platform includes complete front-end order entry, POS system and payment processing, back-end personnel scheduling, time clock and payroll, inventory management, comprehensive product/menu management and advanced reporting to successfully measure and optimize business performance.
The 2015 top security predictions suggests cybercriminals will accelerate the pace of their credit card data theft with the advent of Chip & PIN technology.
San Francisco-based Revel Systems has secured approximately $100 million Series C funding from New York City-based private equity firm Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe and other strategic investors. The round includes an initial $65 million investment from WCAS and an additional $25 million equity line available from WCAS.
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.