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Visa seeks tech startups for its $70,000 Everywhere Initiative
Visa is encouraging startups across New Zealand & Australia to step forward and apply for the Everywhere Initiative, to pave the way for payment tech.
Electronic payment security now a key consideration for consumers
“The poll shows that choice and security are customers’ priorities when making electronic payments. Consumers want diversity in payment options."
IBM looks to clamp down on payment fraud
"By integrating IRIS Analytics with IBM's counter fraud technology, we will help organisations more accurately detect fraud at scale and speed."
Ezidebit launches cloud-based payment system for Aussie businesses
“Our new platform offers more ways to help our customers run their businesses more efficiently and get paid on time."
ecash and TNS bring purpose-built ATM solution to Australia
Joining forces with Transaction Network Services (TNS), ecash is moving into the Australian ATM market.
Retailers turn to M2M services to lure in customers
Retailers are striving to provide an innovative experience to shoppers by using M2M-based digital signage to offer more information.
Education costs pile up, Cyclone to the rescue
Cyclone and Debitsuccess have teamed up to provide parents and caregivers with an education expense solution designed to help save money.
What CIOs can learn from the McDonald's EFTPOS crisis
“Generally speaking EFTPOS is essential for business, and when it’s down for a long time it can have a significant impact.”
Mobile payments to surpass US$235 billion this year
Worldwide mobile payment transaction values will reach US$235.4 billion during 2013, representing a 44% increase from 2012.
The credit card is dead, long live the digital wallet
MasterCard and Visa signal a shift in strategy, moving towards mobile payments and the beginning of the post-card era.
Accept payments on your mobile with ’Swipe HQ’
Kiwi company Optimizer HQ releases terminal tool that plugs into device headphone jack.
Kiwi payment company brings senior exec home
Long-time team member Wayne Robinson returns from Dubai to lead sales and marketing of new end-to-end solutions.