FL-based ZipLine has inked a technology agreement with SAP to integrate its mPay mobile payment interface with SAP Vehicles Network, running on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Synchrony Financial has inked PayPal to a long-term extension of its relationship for a credit card program including the co-branded Dual Card MasterCard credit program for consumers in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Walgreens, the nation’s largest drugstore chain, this month launched Western Union Bill Payment services staged via digital self-service kiosks, allowing customers to make payments to 15,000 billers across the U.S. and beyond.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: AMERICAN EXPRESS (Sam’s Club); VISA CANADA (Foundation); SYNCHRONY (Graber); and EPC (Phoenix).
U.S. Bank and Elavon announced the availability of Samsung Pay to offer more payment choices and convenience to their customers.
Consumers and small businesses with U.S. Bank Visa credit and debit cards may now load their cards onto eligible Samsung mobile devices and pay using Samsung Pay.
U.S. Bank’s Elavon and Costco have agreed to extend their relationship to offer payment processing solutions to Costco’s array of small to mid-size business customers.
After failing to come to terms with Costco in March for a contract renewal beyond 2016, American Express has inked Sam’s Club for card acceptance as of October1st. The membership warehouse club serves 500,000 small business owners every day and offers tons of opportunities for AmEx despite Sam’s razor thin profit margins.
Evertec has inked a deal with to purchase 65% of the share capital of Processa S.A.S., a Colombian company that is based in Bogotá and engaged in the business of payment processing and supply of related services and equipment in Colombia.
Elo, the largest Brazilian credit card brand, has inked a del with Discover to allow acceptance of Elo Global Cards for international purchases and cash access outside of Brazil on the Discover Global Network, which includes Discover Network, Diners Club International and the PULSE network.
Global Tel*Link has begun to include key-injected credit card scanners in all of its new payment kiosk deployments, as well as to perform quarterly inspections and audits of all payment kiosks. With this move, GTL is emphasizing its commitment to the protection of customer data by complying with and going beyond industry standards for customer data security.
Alliance Data’s Epsilon business has inked a new long-term agreement to provide co-brand affinity credit card services for Univision Communications (UCI), the leading media company serving Hispanic America. Alliance Data’s Epsilon business also currently provides marketing services and data services to UCI.
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