CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Bryan Murphy, President of YapStone.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features YapStone.
YapStone announced RentPayment, its online and mobile payment solution for the apartment rental industry, will now report rental payment information using TransUnion’s Resident Credit. The integration with ResidentCredit will offer a prompt, seamless reporting process for property managers and residents.
GPShopper reports over 10% of client app usage on Black Friday occurred in-store. Furthermore, this in-store app usage actually converted mCommerce sales at double the rate of other users.
The ATM Industry Association (ATMIA) announced the creation of a new U.S. Underbanked Forum, to help foster development and deployment of ATM solutions addressing the needs of the unbanked and underbanked. Although explosive growth in the use of mobile devices for payments and banking services has dramatically improved consumer accessibility, there is still a need for more options that are not tied to traditional bank accounts.
NCR announced Pilot Flying J selected its complete NCR POS solution. Upgrading from a legacy transaction solution to a NCR software suite, the omni-commerce software platform streamlines deploying and managing in-store, mobile commerce and online storefront systems, ensuring consistent and personalized shopping experiences across all customer touchpoints. It is offering customer assisted check-out in their storefronts as well as mobile POS, allowing store associates greater mobility and an opportunity to assist and serve customers anywhere on the property. The combined network of more than 650 Pilot Travel Centers and Flying J Travel Plazas across North America serves more than 1.3 million customers daily.
Think Finance online financial products that bridge the gap between payday loans and credit cards announced it will sponsor and host an Industry Innovation Session at the 8th Annual Underbanked Financial Services Forum on June 6 in Miami, Fl. The session, entitled “The Next Generation of Financial Consumers – Millennials, the I-Want-it-Now Generation,” will focus on the financial preferences and concerns of 18 to 34 year olds. Think Finance will unveil the findings of a new study conducted by Harris Interactive about Millennial attitudes, habits and aspirations around their personal finances. The event will also feature a panel of Millennials who will share their perspective on the findings and discuss what they really want from banks and other financial service providers when it comes to financial products, technology, customer service and more.
Tsys (TSS) inked a long-term renewal agreement with Columbia State Bank. Through this, Tsys’ “Merchant Services” segment will provide full-service payment processing solutions and tools to support the bank and its clients. The bank relies on the products and services TSYS provides. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
Boardwalk Fresh Burgers and Fries has implemented Cardagin Networks Mobile Relationship Management (MRM) platforms to power the company’s mobile customer loyalty and rewards program. With this agreement, Cardagin will produce the first-to-market customized enterprise version of its highly successful MRM platform for Boardwalk. Boardwalk Ventures, LLC., will lead the program roll out exclusively in Southern California and Texas stores this year to complement the brand’s coast-to-coast expansion beginning at the end of July in Hermosa Beach.
This upcoming Sunday, the CDW advancing infrastructure, developed over the past 18 months, will culminate at Cowboys Stadium during Super Bowl XLV. With this, CDW will demonstrate its data center housed inside the stadium to support the 30-plus organizations affiliated with the franchise in more than 90 locations, including the stadium itself and 35 pro shops selling team merchandise, supporting concession stands to game-day operations. With this, the required amount of total processing power, the number of virtual machines that could be handled on each server, the number and placement of rack configurations, as well as software management capabilities were heavily contemplated. The point-of-sale technology for concessions and merchandise demonstrates 665 terminals, providing executives with real-time sales information so employees no longer have to hand count inventory.
POS solution provider Retalix and TX-based Love’s Travel Shops have
completed the rollout of the Retalix StorePoint suite.
“Retalix StorePoint” is a POS and back office software system that helps
convenience and travel center retailers improve productivity, control
costs and increase sales. “StorePoint” includes integrated forecourt
automation for both gasoline and commercial fuel, Electronic Payment
Software (EPS), Foodservice, Cash and Inventory Management modules.
Additionally, Retalix StorePoint supports an integrated payments switch
from Postilion to handle all of the various fuel and fleet purchases
inherent in the travel stop industry. “Retalix StorePoint HQC”
complements “Retalix StorePoint POS” and Back
Office by managing sites and providing consolidated business
intelligence. Features include central pricebook management, reporting
and analytics software to effectively manage a chain’s item and price
GA-based Loves Travel Stops & Country Stores has deployed Postilion integrated processing/payment switching on card transactions for its fleet card authorization and transaction capture. Because of Postilion’s ability to streamline Loves’ authorization/transaction capture processes with the integration of payment from fuel pump and retail through a central open-systems payment switch, the solution was chosen. Furthermore, Loves’ streamlining of transaction processes was implemented in lieu of its 15 store expansion and increasingly tighter margins on fuel purchases. Loves Travel Stops & Country Stores has over 200 locations in more than 30 states across the U.S. while Postilion serves over 1,500 customers in more than 50 countries through more than 100,000 ATMs and 500,000 POS terminals worldwide.