Chicago-based Arroweye Solutions has ankled Jeff Lipa as vice president of business development. Lipa previously worked for Affinion Group and Digital Insight.
Constellation Payments has launched a new, redesigned version of its website, csipay.com. The cleaner, modern design signifies the evolution and accelerated growth of the company.
Constellation Payments, a leading gateway and merchant services provider for software companies, franchisors, direct sales organizations, and large merchants, announced today the launch of its integrated EMV terminal initiative designed to simplify the transition to new EMV payment terminals for software users and merchants.
Arroweye Solutions, the only digital On-Demand payment technology firm, has been selected to provide EMV prepaid cards for The Card Collaborative International (TCCI). The flexibility of Arroweye’s Digital On-Demand model allows for better responsiveness to customer needs, and ensures that TCCI can better serve its clients, and slash lead times by putting cards in customers’ hands in days, not weeks.
CardWeb.com’s CardData database of Company Profiles today features First American Payment Systems.
Chicago-based Arroweye Solutions has ankled Reiner Vanooteghem as vice president of market development for the financial services industry.
Arroweye is a single-source provider of innovative card marketing and production solutions for the financial service, prepaid and retail industries.
The Industry Retail Group (IRG) is implementing Bluefin’s PCI-Validated Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) Solutions to its clients. Under the agreement, IRG will provide Bluefin’s P2PE product suite through IRG’s current sales channels.
UK-based Optimal Payments will launch an iOS software development kit (SDK) for Apple Pay. Merchants processing Apple Pay transactions through Optimal Payments’ NETBANX gateway will benefit from the added security of credit card processing with Apple Pay and network-level tokenization.
Omaha-based DirectBuy has recently expanded its use of Financial Transmission Network ‘s cloud-based receivables processing platform, ETran, to process and manage all online merchandise order transactions for DirectBuy in the U.S. and Canada.
ControlScan partnered with iScan Online to address the security issues caused by consumer-grade mobile-device use in the small to mid-sized business (SMB) environment. Widespread, business-level adoption of tablets and smartphones has drawn the attention of hackers. According to IT security vendor Kaspersky, there are 10 million malicious applications circulating for Android devices alone. In partnership with iScan Online, ControlScan created ProTect Mobile™, a powerful tool for securing Apple iOS and Android mobile devices. ProTect Mobile is a single-source scanning solution for security vulnerabilities, faulty configurations and sensitive data such as credit card information, social security numbers and protected health information (PHI). Device integrity and management features are also included, allowing the business owner to spot a critically vulnerable “jailbroken” or “rooted” device, and to locate, lock and wipe a device that has been lost or stolen.
Fiserv has once again been named a Top 10 provider in Chartis Research’s RiskTech100® 2014, widely acknowledged as the most comprehensive and prestigious global study of risk technology vendors. Analyzing areas of expertise such as credit risk, operational risk, asset and liability management (ALM), liquidity risk and financial crime risk management, as well as compliance with regulations such as Basel III and Dodd Frank, the ranking reflects the broad portfolio of solutions for risk management and compliance from Fiserv. The RiskTech100 is judged on six equally weighted categories: functionality, core technology, organizational strength, customer satisfaction, market presence and innovation. Fiserv achieved strong all-around scores with particular strength in customer satisfaction, depth of functionality and organizational strength.
Stored Value Solutions has further strengthened its position in China with the launch of a new data center in Shanghai. The data center complies with local regulations, which stipulate that any new card issued in China must be processed within the country. SVS already has a busy regional office operating out of Shanghai. Vice President of Business Development for the Asia Pacific region, Shoney Yuan, explains that the investment in this data center is part of the SVS long-term strategic vision for the region.