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  • / Press Release

    ViVOtech Launches PCI 2.1 Certified Next Generation Customer-Facing Devices for Secure Mag-Stripe, Contactless and Mobile...

    ViVOpay 8800 and ViVOpay 8600 Offer First Payment Platform for Retailers to Deliver Exciting New Personalized Mobile Marketing and Loyalty Programs to Consumers National Retail Federation Show (NRF) ViVOtech Booth #2603 (January 11, 2010) - Silicon Valley-based ViVOtech, the leader in Near Field Communication (NFC) and contactless payment systems, today announced the launch of its new breed of customer-facing ViVOpay 8800 and ViVOpay 8600 payment...

    Posted 01/13/2010

    ViVOpay 8800 and ViVOpay 8600 Offer First Payment Platform for Retailers to Deliver Exciting New Personalized Mobile Marketing and Loyalty Programs to Consumers National Retail Federation Show (NRF) ViVOtech Booth #2603 (January 11, 2010) - Silicon Valley-based ViVOtech, the leader in Near Field…
  • / Press Release

    Hypercom to Provide Staples with 6,500 High Speed Payment Terminals and Technology

    Fast, Smart, Easy-Use Terminals Going to Nation’s Leading Office Supply Retailer PHOENIX, June 11, 2003 – Global payment technology leader Hypercom Corporation (NYSE: HYC) today announced that Staples, Inc. will purchase and install 6,500 Hypercom card payment terminals and technology. This latest in a series of multi-million dollar wins for Hypercom includes the new EMV-type approved ICE™ 6000Plus with HyperSafe™ operating system security. The...

    Posted 06/11/2003

    Fast, Smart, Easy-Use Terminals Going to Nation’s Leading Office Supply Retailer PHOENIX, June 11, 2003 – Global payment technology leader Hypercom Corporation (NYSE: HYC) today announced that Staples, Inc. will purchase and install 6,500 Hypercom card payment terminals and technology. This…
  • American Express beefs up its Blue card for e-commerce

    American Express is beefing up its Blue cards with an IDKeeper feature that stores cardholders’ personal data as well as favorite web sites. AmEx, says the idea is to make online shopping easier as well as more secure.

    Posted 01/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    American Express is beefing up its Blue cards with an IDKeeper feature that stores cardholders’ personal data as well as favorite web sites. AmEx, says the idea is to make online shopping easier as well as more secure.
  • / Technology

    New e- and m-commerce security for smart cards

    MasterCard and Europay International have integrated security measures for smart card issuers in Europe with e-commerce and mobile-commerce security standards.

    Posted 03/15/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    MasterCard and Europay International have integrated security measures for smart card issuers in Europe with e-commerce and mobile-commerce security standards.
  • / Technology

    Tech Firms Join Forces

    A group of major technology companies has announced its support and plans to develop the Account Authority Digital Signature and proposed Accredited Standards Committee X9 digital payments standard. (www.firstdatacorp.com) First Data Corp., (www.compaq.com) Compaq Computer Corp., (www.tsainc.com) Transaction Systems Architects Corp., (www.certicom.com) Certicom, (www.interworld.com) InterWorld Corp. and (www.cybersafe.com) CyberSafe Corp., made...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A group of major technology companies has announced its support and plans to develop the Account Authority Digital Signature and proposed Accredited Standards Committee X9 digital payments standard. (www.firstdatacorp.com) First Data Corp., (www.compaq.com) Compaq Computer Corp., (www.tsainc.com)…
  • / Technology

    Blue Sky For Blue Card

    American Express Co. expects to have 3 million to 4 million Blue credit cards in the market within the next few months, sources tell Faulkner & Gray. AmEx, which declines to release card volumes, has confirmed that demand for the chip-based Blue card has substantially exceeded expectations. AmEx has said it will soon allow Blue cardholders to download new services. Sources say these services include loyalty programs and travel and entertainment...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    American Express Co. expects to have 3 million to 4 million Blue credit cards in the market within the next few months, sources tell Faulkner & Gray. AmEx, which declines to release card volumes, has confirmed that demand for the chip-based Blue card has substantially exceeded expectations. AmEx…
  • Fleet`s merchant approach to smart card promotion

    Until now, American Express Co. has gotten all the ink about online smart cards. But Boston-based Fleet Bank has launched a smart card-and it hopes to grab part of the market that American Express proved exists. In September, Fleet rolled out the Fusion smart Visa card. And while it may look like just another chip card touting security and easy online shopping, Fleet is pitching as a major feature to merchants that they will pay a lower Visa...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Until now, American Express Co. has gotten all the ink about online smart cards. But Boston-based Fleet Bank has launched a smart card-and it hopes to grab part of the market that American Express proved exists. In September, Fleet rolled out the Fusion smart Visa card. And while it may look like…
  • AmEx customers see red over Blue

    The forecast for the American Express Blue card is looking partly cloudy. The company told thousands who were approved for Blue after Oct. 20 to expect their cards in three weeks-just in time for holiday shopping. But three months later, some are still waiting. An AmEx spokesperson confirmed that high demand for the card’s 0% introductory interest rate caused the backup, but she says most consumers who experienced delays beyond three weeks...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    The forecast for the American Express Blue card is looking partly cloudy. The company told thousands who were approved for Blue after Oct. 20 to expect their cards in three weeks-just in time for holiday shopping. But three months later, some are still waiting. An AmEx spokesperson confirmed that…

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