WA-based INRIX has completed the acquisition of ParkMe, a Santa Monica, CA company that helps consumers find parking, make reservations and mobile payments worldwide. This deal makes INRIX the preferred provider of parking information and services to leading automakers, transportation agencies and drivers around the world.
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.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Monica Eaton-Cardone, Chief Operating Officer of Chargebacks911.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Jeff Scott, Chief Executive Officer of Infinite Peripherals.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features mobile iOS for enterprise-commerce specialist Infinite Peripherals.
YapStone ankles Daniel Issen as Chief Technology Officer to lead the engineering and product delivery teams. YapStone is a provider of web and mobile payment technology solutions whose platform powers electronic payments for global online and mobile marketplaces.
YapStone has a hockey puck graph of growth with 30% to $40% per year over the past 15 years. The global provider of web and mobile payment technology solutions has landed a $60 million financing package with Comerica Bank and Bregal Sagemount.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Monica French, Senior Vice President of Business Development for Onyx Payments.
Global Risk Technologies (GRT) dynamic risk mitigation announced its end-to-end risk management solutions to European merchants. Helping acquirers and issuers minimize chargebacks, the Global Risk Technologies solution provides highly-scalable and sustainable technology designed for outsourced post-chargeback processing, risk mitigation and merchant education. Sustainable chargeback remediation, Global Risk Technologies’ solution identifies the right target and helps decrease the negative impacts of chargebacks, thereby increasing processing retention and revenues, and helping combat cyber-shoplifting, resulting in sustainable, secure growth. The company aims to free redundant resources dominated by reactive risk management mechanisms and help revolutionize and standardize these processes by providing an end-to-end solution that manages each component in its entirety.
A new partnership will drive digital currencies by enabling merchants the ability to safely accept digital currencies without taking on market volatility. Apriva and GoGoin will lead the way.
American Express is harnessing the latest technology to get tennis fans on-site and around the world involved in the action on the courts at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center during the 2014 US Open Tennis Championships.
American Express is continuing to introduce more ways to enhance fans’ passion for the sport and their experience at the Championship throughout the two weeks of play. The US Open American Express Fan Experience features 20,000 square feet of interactive programming at the US Open with “MyOpen Pass” RFID-enabled wristband. This lets fans’ experience and send a personalized email that recaps the activities in which they participated within the Fan Experience and can be easily shared across their social media channels. These include a Professional Swing Analysis, a Rally Cam capturing tennis shots and candid poses, and the Pro Cam at American Express® Card Member Club.