edo Interactive and Visa Europe are doing the tango to launch card-linked marketing offers in Poland. Visa Oferty (“Visa Offers”), will enable 20 million Visa debit and credit cardholders to enroll their Visa cards in order to access cashback rewards from merchants.
The 14th JCB World Conference held in Bali this week was a smash hit. Approximately 510 people from about 200 partner companies and financial institutions in 32 countries and territories participated in the conference.
Tokyo-based JCB is has adopted the popular Japanese robot cat Doraemon character as its new branding strategy in the Vietnam market. JCB will use Doraemon as the brand image character for promotion and brand advertisement in Vietnam until October 1, 2017.
Seattle -based Remitly reported record growth as its customers are now sending more than $500 million annually using its mobile remittance service, the highest rated mobile app of its kind.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features iZettle.
Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) is gobbling up Chicago-based Trustwave for US$810 million. Singtel plans to combine its state-of-the-art information and communications technology (ICT) with Trustwave’s broad portfolio of managed security services.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: TABLESAFE (Creditcall); TIO NETWORKS (users); NXT-ID (Wocket); and WALLABY (Wise Bread).
MasterCard is set to kick-off the AngelHack next week in Sydney, Australia. MasterCard: Masters of Code will be the first of ten stops for MasterCard in the Series, taking place in ten of the most prominent tech cities around the globe.
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.
London-based Powa Technologies has inked a deal with Ingram Micro to distribute the PowaPOS T-series POS solution in the North American marketplace. In September, Ingram Micro announced its intentions to expand its POS offerings.
Atlanta-based Cardlytics picks up more funding to the tune of $70 million. The Company pioneered Card-Linked Marketing.
San Jose-based ThreatMetrix unveiled several risks and preventative strategies for small and medium businesses (SMBs) protect against data breaches.