Apple and Nordstrom are engaged in talks for the department store to be an early adopter of Apple’s still-unnannounced payment platform.
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Community banks are taking a more “calculated” approach as the EMV liability deadline approaches.
LevelUp’s new(ish) barcode scanners rolled out in the Gregory’s Coffee chain today.
The “Starbucks experience” could be for sale soon. The Starbucks mobile app is the envy of the retail world.It processes 14% of the company’s transactions, 75% more than a year ago. With 10 million active mobile app users — twice the number of users from a year ago — andRead More
When Capital One Financial Corp. CEO Richard Fairbank said digital was the way his bank does business, he wasn’t kidding. Almost two-thirds of our customers have signed up for online and mobile banking, a representative of the McLean, Va.-based company told Bank Innovation yesterday. With some 16 million deposit accounts andRead More
Some impressive hacks resulted from Dwolla‘s second internal hackathon at its headquarters in downtown Des Moines, Iowa, the company announced on Friday. Two of the more notable hacks were a Dwolla-based rewards program and a Dwolla mobile point-of-sale app. Dwolla offers a digital payment and money transfer service that is freeRead More
Not going it alone is PayPal‘s new mantra, and Revel is the newest company to join forces with the eBay subsidiary as it dives deeper into retail. Revel Systems is a provider of cloud-based iPad point-of-sale software. Custom solutions are offered for a variety of merchants, from food truck vendors toRead More
There is a profusion of dongles on the market to allow merchants or individuals to accept credit card payments with little differentiation from Square, but startup CardFlight’s offering seems to give more value to merchants and could be more appealing at an enterprise level than Square’s product. CardFlight allows customersRead More
First Trade Union Bank has released a mobile payment and loyalty app based on the LevelUp platform. First Trade claims that it is now one of the first banks in the country to offer a complete mobile banking experience, with paperless account opening, smartphone and iPad apps, and its newRead More
Mobile payments platform provider Flint has signed a deal with Fidano, a subsidiary of NXGEN International that provides merchant services. NXGEN processes more than $5 billion in mobile payments a year. The deal brings Flint’s patent-pending swipe-free payment technology to Fidano’s network of merchant service providers and financial institutions. Flint began in 2011Read More