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Technology news • 15 March 2017 • ACI Worldwide
ACI Worldwide (NASDAQ: ACIW), a leading global provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, has announced that Peach Payments, a fast-growing South African payment service provider (PSP), will offer merchants a seamless mobile checkout solution via its Mobile Commerce Software Development Kit (mSDK).
Technology news • 8 March 2017 • Misys
Misys is using mobile gaming features to teach the next generation more about banking and money management, a process called ‘gamification’.
Technology news • 13 February 2017 • OMA Payments/MobiSwipe
UAE-based OMA Emirates ventures into mobile payments through its acquisition of MobiSwipe as interest on the subject continues to grow.
Technology news • 17 November 2016 • Gemalto
Gemalto provide Korean credit network LotteCard with contactless payments stickers to support Korea’s mass use of contactless technologies.
Technology news • 14 November 2016 • Ovum
Data from Ovum shows mobile subscriptions in Africa will reach 1.02 billion by the end of 2016, projected to rise to 1.33 billion by 2021.
Technology news • 10 November 2016 • Wirecard
Apple Pay is now more widely available across France after a partnership with Wirecard means it is now supported by mobile wallet app Orange Cash.
ThinkMarkets and SwipeStox have partnered to deliver an extensive mobile application social trading service which utilises the latter’s iOS and Android app.
HSBCnet customers have now used the mobile service to make over $100bn worth of payments across the globe since its launch in 2011…
Technology news • 5 October 2016 • Sberbank/Mastercard
Apple Pay has launched in Russia for Sberbank and MasterCard customers, with Mastercard contactless payments now enabled in 77 countries.
October 2016 • 29 September 2016 • Neil Dennis, FX-MM
Increasing appetite for investment in frontier markets is reinforcing the need for lending for development banks, and is attracting a new wave of funding, writes FX-MM’s Neil Dennis.