Tamarac, FL-based 3dcart has unveiled its new iPad compatible point-of-sale (POS) system. Benefits of the 3dcart POS app include the utilization of the latest cloud-based technology, saving merchants valuable time and energy with automatic, secure order and product synchronization.
San Diego-based Ameranth says the U.S. Patent And Trademark Office (USPTO) has concluded its review process of Ameranth’s lead ‘data synchronization’ patent under a second attempt to invalidate it under the Covered Business Method (CBM) review process initiated by many infringing Defendants.
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PosPal, a product of China-based technology service company Zhundong Network Technologies is integrating with Powa Technologies. PosPal is currently used by more than 200,000 merchants and is now available with PowaPOS on both iOS and Android operating systems.
TouchSuite has teamed with Frederick, to offer the company’s automated marketing platform as an integrated solution within its Firefly Salon point of sale system.
Denver-based Connect POS announced the integration of its mobile point-of-sale app for iPad into the Intuit App Center. With this integration, iConnect POS becomes the first cloud-based point-of-sale (POS) system to be fully integrated with QuickBooks Online.
The US Patent & Trademark Office last week published Apple’s latest trademark filing for their updated “Passbook” icon which adds the new Apple Pay component to the top layer of the icon. The actual filing was made September 29.
Panasonic Avionics Corporation (Panasonic) is introducing EMV-compliant Near-Field Communication (NFC) technology in its in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems. Industry observers had recently predicted on-board NFC applications were years away, but Panasonic will be launching the technology with airlines in the summer of 2015. Passengers and crew will be able to use NFC-enabled smart phones and cards in-flight for high value transactions and purchases; synchronization of personal data to create just-for-me experiences; recognition of a passenger’s Frequent Flyer status via NFC card or phone, giving access to benefits or promotions, such as free Wi-Fi for Gold members; and pairing of NFC-enabled devices with the embedded IFEC system, allowing airlines to push information to passengers during their flight.
EMV-compliant Near-Field Communication (NFC) technology is coming to inflight entertainment (IFE) systems. Panasonic Avionics plans to launch the technology with airlines in the summer of 2015.
Ameranth, Inc. announced that it has entered into a new patent license agreement for mobile ordering and mobile payment processing with Taco Bell Corp. – www.tacobell.com – the largest Mexican QSR restaurant company in the world – with nearly 6,000 locations. Taco Bell is headquartered in Irvine, California. The Ameranth-Taco Bell patent license includes mobile ordering, mobile payments and other elements critical to mobile deployments in the hospitality space.
Shopify ecommerce platform announced its Shopify POS system designed to let anybody easily sell in-store in addition to online. Shopify POS marks a new frontier for Shopify as they branch out from helping people create ecommerce stores, to helping people run and grow businesses across all levels of commerce. Shopify POS uses the same easy-to-use online store management system as its ecommerce platform, allowing merchants to manage all aspects of their business from one place. They can add a product or update inventory on one side of the system, and it is instantly updated across the board – creating an organized, seamless integration between selling online and selling in-store.
Vasco Data Security software security company announced HSBC Bank Brazil deployed the “Digipass” for Mobile technology for an enhanced group of retail and corporate customers, while expanding the offered online and mobile services. Currently, more than 90,000 account holders use their mobile device to access all self-service channels to execute financial transactions. With this enhancement, HSBC Brazil is the first and only financial institution worldwide to fully integrate access to internet banking, mobile services, contact center, ATMs and e-commerce. By further integrating Digipass for Mobile, HSBC offers its customers a secure and convenient way to secure their online transactions. The customer downloads the Digipass for Mobile app on his mobile device to generate one-time passwords (OTPs). Every time he logs on, a unique dynamic password is created that, as a consequence, can only be used once. The client doesn’t need to remember multiple passwords with different shapes and sizes anymore to confirm and operate the various channels.