Visa has pulled the curtain up on its Visa Integrated Marketing Solutions (VIMS), a card marketing platform designed to help small to medium-sized issuers optimize their marketing efforts.
The Global Digital Commerce Software Market is estimated to be worth $4 billion in 2015 and is projected to reach to $8.68 billion by 2020 at a CAGR of 16.73%. North America is the dominating the worldwide market with a share of 36.10% in 2015, followed by Asia Pacific and European regions.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: KEN RESEARCH (A/P); TIMTERIC (Germany); AMERICAN EXPRESS (survey); and TIMETRIC (Azerbaijan).
Technavio has published a new report on the global biometrics market in the BFSI sector, which is expected to grow at a CAGR of close to 22% from 2015-2019.
The CardLinx Association announced their latest collaboration forum on September 22nd in the Seattle area. This forum will focus on the increasingly important role of data in digital commerce.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: UBER (Adyen); METABANK (PayQuicker); PASSPORT (campuses); and REPORTLINKER (Malaysia).
Vodat International is using Authentic, an intelligent payments platform from Alaric, an NCR business. Vodat is using the platform to underpin its Unified Payment Service, which is providing retailers with a managed, PCI-compliant card processing solution.
CardWeb.com’s CardData Reports today features the “Asia Pacific Mobile Money Industry Prospects till 2019 – China and India to Bolster Growth” report by Ken Research.
The total value of mobile transactions processed throughout the world is expected to escalate to in 2019 surging at a CAGR of 122.2% over the period of 2015-2019. The massive increase in the payments, remittance and banking value is anticipated to be driven by Asia-Pacific region, with countries including China and India.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features Saylent.
CardWeb.com’s CardData Reports today features the “Ladies’ Cards 2014: A Global Collection, Overview and Analysis of Credit and Debit Cards for Women” report.
More than nine out of ten finance professionals firmly believe EMV cards will be effective in reducing POS fraud. In addition, 61% believe chip-and-PIN will be the most effective authentication method in mitigating credit/debit card payments fraud.