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  • / Technology

    Taking E-Commerce To The Next Level

    Open Solutions, a provider e-commerce solutions for community banks and credit unions, has launched Level II of its Open Community Network eCommerce model, a set of software and services designed to allow "commerce and community" around the banking transaction. This service offers financial institutions a private-label network for business-to-customer e-commerce, Web-based financial management, cobranding with nationally recognized partners and...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Open Solutions, a provider e-commerce solutions for community banks and credit unions, has launched Level II of its Open Community Network eCommerce model, a set of software and services designed to allow "commerce and community" around the banking transaction. This service offers financial…
  • / Technology

    Card-not-present insurance incorporates ClearCommerce software

    James Hampden Insurance will reduce by up to 25% the premiums on card-payment risk coverage for companies who use ClearCommerce Risk Management software.

    Posted 03/26/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    James Hampden Insurance will reduce by up to 25% the premiums on card-payment risk coverage for companies who use ClearCommerce Risk Management software.
  • / E-Retailers

    Nordstrom Banks On Banking

    Offline and online fashion retailer Nordstrom Inc., Seattle, says it has received approval from the Office of Thrift Supervision on its application to establish a federal savings bank. The company filed its application with the OTS on November 18, 1998. Currently, Nordstrom owns and operates Nordstrom National Credit Bank, Scottsdale, Ariz. Nordstrom says it plans to convert that institution to a federal savings bank, to be named Nordstrom fsb,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Offline and online fashion retailer Nordstrom Inc., Seattle, says it has received approval from the Office of Thrift Supervision on its application to establish a federal savings bank. The company filed its application with the OTS on November 18, 1998. Currently, Nordstrom owns and operates…
  • Adam Walker`s CUShopper links big-ticket merchandise with the means to pay for it

    For all their differences, entrepreneurs possess what you might call a carpe diem sensor-a built-in knack for seizing not just any day but the right day, and before anyone else has a chance to act. Adam Walker’s sensor went off in 1997. E-commerce was barely a whisper on the lips of venture capitalists, but 27-year-old Walker saw an opportunity to marry its emergence with credit union financing. He realized that consumers shopping for big-ticket...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    For all their differences, entrepreneurs possess what you might call a carpe diem sensor-a built-in knack for seizing not just any day but the right day, and before anyone else has a chance to act. Adam Walker’s sensor went off in 1997. E-commerce was barely a whisper on the lips of venture…

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