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MYOB to buy Paycorp Payment

  • 11,20,24,02,2017

Australian software firm MYOB Group has agreed to purchase Paycorp Payment Solutions, in a deal valued at AUD48m ($37m). read more

PacSun partners with BTM Global to implement EMV payment technology

  • 00,00,24,02,2017

US-based apparel retailer Pacific Sunwear of California (PacSun) has teamed up with BTM Global, a provider of retail system integration and development services, to implement and integrate EMV software for the retailer. read more

MasterCard rolls out digital directory to help customers with tokenisation efforts

  • 00,00,24,02,2017

MasterCard has rolled out Digital Vendor Directory, a list of vendors that offers more options for MasterCard customers seeking digital payments services and solutions. read more

PenFed Credit Union launches new credit card

  • 00,00,24,02,2017

PenFed Credit Union has introduced its latest flagship credit card that offers shoppers cash back on every purchase made anywhere with no limits such as spending caps, hidden fees or revolving categories. read more

SIX Payment Services selects Payworks solution for mCashier

  • 00,00,24,02,2017

SIX Payment Services (SIX), a Swiss and Austrian acquirer and provider of the mPOS solution mCashier, has integrated Payworks' white label software development kit (SDK) for mCashier. read more

ECR Retail Systems introduces all-in-one MPOS device for airline industry

  • 11,12,23,02,2017

ECR Retail Systems, a London-based MPoS specialist, has launched an all-in-one contactless, handheld mobile point of sale (MPoS) device for the airline industry, dubbed the ECRGo2. read more

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No end in sight for UK’s contactless surge

  • 11,41,2,02,2017

Since the launch and popularisation of contactless payments in the UK, there seems to be no peak in the solution’s use. Much has been made of contactless’s success in the UK and, according to new research, the success is not over yet. Patrick Brusnahan reports on how this boom has changed the payments landscape read more

From the overbanked to the underbanked: There is an e-wallet for everyone

  • 11,57,30,01,2017

As technology opens new doors to more sophisticated services and offerings in the payments space, it is important to remain inclusive – especially in Asia, where there is a sizeable untapped market of consumers who do not have access to traditional financial services. Xiou Ann Lim takes a look at two e-wallets read more

Post Brexit - passport to the future

  • 12,50,27,01,2017

So now we know - sort of. The UK is likely to leave the EU single market. The UK PM places control of immigration ahead of the single market’s benefits including crucial passporting rights for the financial services sector. What are the implications and which EU countries may benefit? Douglas Blakey writes read more

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Why do Taiwan’s consumers shun payment cards?

  • 11,40,24,02,2017

While Taiwan has the necessary infrastructure and each consumer has an average of six cards, payment cards are not used frequently compared to most other markets with a mature infrastructure in place. read more

EPC chairman bashes Germany’s payments scene at German payments bash

  • 16,41,14,02,2017

It’s not often a conference speaker gets up and off the cuff delivers a singlehanded slating of a host country’s ecosystem that everyone would usually be there to promote. read more

Dutch consumers are familiar with contactless cards but still rarely use them

  • 14,08,30,01,2017

The Dutch contactless card market is on the rise with most consumers now fully aware of the presence of contactless cards in the market read more

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