North American Bancard says the newest version of its PayAnywhere Mobile credit card reader is now available for purchase in all U.S. Apple Stores and Apple.com.
Los Angeles-based Payscout has inked an agreement with China’s Alibaba Group, under the terms of which Payscout will provide global payment logistics for Tmall,
Apriva and Global Payments inked an agreement to deliver white label mobile payment solutions with EMV to Global Payments’ U.S. customers.
Moneris Solutions has rolled-out the PAYD product family for the U.S. market. PAYD Pro and PAYD are two innovative smartphone-based mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) solutions that empower merchants to process secure payments from anywhere and everywhere they do business.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: ACI (board); AMEX (study); CSI (China); and NAB (award).
Miura Systems, the market leading UK-based mPOS platform provider has teamed with AZ-based Apriva, provider of secure end-to-end wireless transaction and information solutions.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: Entersekt (CNP); Reportbuyer (XaaS); Nexonia (Microsoft Dynamics); and pcipolicyportal.com (PCI Toolkit).
The CFPB’s Arbitration Study, released this week, found nearly 75% of consumers surveyed were unaware whether the contracts they signed included an arbitration clause. Of the consumers surveyed, fewer than 7% actually understood that an arbitration clause would preclude them from suing the company.
PayAnywhere has unveiled PayAnywhere 3.0 for iPad and PayAnywhere Storefront 3.2. The updates include a variety of features to improve inventory management, speed up the checkout process and more.
Men’s fashion brand 2(X)IST via “Virtual Stores” has partnered with innovative mobile platform PowaTag to transform the way people shop.
Millions of passersby in December will be able to browse and purchase the latest 2(X)IST underwear ranges by using their phone to scan tags on virtual storefronts across key locations in the heart of the city making ordinary street corners a virtual marketplace for 2(X)IST.
North American Bancard introduced PayAnywhere 3.0. It will come pre-loaded on all PayAnywhere Storefront tablets.
MI-based North American Bancard (NAB) has swallowed up Electronic Payment Exchange (EPX) for an disclosed amount. NAB is among the nation’s top payment services companies and the leading provider of the PayAnywhere suite of mobile point of sale solutions. EPX is a global, full-service credit card, debit card, stored value, and electronic check payment transaction processor.