Payment gateways stories - Page 3
Unisys integrates PayCargo payment processing into software
PayCargo payment processing services can be integrated into the Unisys operating modules of Digistics to offer clients real-time payment processing.
Worldpay makes next moves for A/NZ expansion
Two Australian offices in Sydney and Melbourne and New Zealand card payment processing licencing announced
‘Buy-now-pay-later’ taking consumer markets by storm
A new survey shows that young people are embracing this new method of purchasing, with over 1.5 million users in the last year in Australia alone.
GoCardless to double A/NZ team by end of year
With a successful E round of investment and continuing organic growth globally, the debit network platform company aims to expand its local presence.
Digital payments taking over Oz - threat or opportunity?
A report by Roy Morgan shows that over 70% of Australians are using at least one digital payment a year, with Gen X and Millennials leading the charge.
AU Fintechs vs banks: A knife edge in the cashless economy
“It’s much easier for the banks to invest in innovation, than for fintech startups to convince consumers they can keep their money and data safe. It’s really the banks’ game to lose.”
NZ's online merchants can now offer Google Pay
With Google Pay, customers will be able to speed through checkout with just a few clicks."
Mastercard opens Global Tech Hub in Sydney
"Enterprises, SMEs or startups are now able to bypass legacy approaches and develop innovation at an accelerated pace."
ThreatQuotient partners with Visa for payments safety
“Cyber criminals are reusing tactics, techniques and procedures, leaving a recognisable trail of breadcrumbs and insights into the very attacks they are launching.”
Xero integration offers SMBs direct debit services
Xero has teamed up with a UK-based direct debit provider GoCardless and brought new options for payment collection to New Zealand businesses.
NZ businesses taking longer to pay bills due to bumpy economy
New Zealand businesses are taking an average of 6.8 days to pay their overdue bills this year – a 10% annual increase in payment time that may be driven by risk.
Xero 'brings small business platform to life' with string of updates
Xero says the major new products and features are intended to enable owners and their advisors to build more efficient and profitable operations.
Alternative payments overtake traditional in APAC e-commerce
Alternative payments have overtaken traditional methods in the e-commerce market, including accounting for one-third of total payments in Australia.
SMBs were paid an average of 8.3 days late in June
Businesses that have payment terms that allow for 60-90 days payment were more likely to be met within the payment period, or even earlier.
Xero attracts US-based B2B provider to its marketplace
B2B payment platform provider PayStand is one of the latest global companies to announce an integration with Xero.
BNZ merchant customers to get Alipay this year
BNZ is the first Kiwi bank to offer the option to accept Alipay which should roll out in July following the trial currently underway.
New tech partnership expands Chinese payment options in NZ
The use of mobile phones and QR codes is dominating Chinese payments and leading platforms are looking at expanding their use outside of China.
MAS cybersecurity chief positions trust as critical to success of e-payments
The Monetary Authority of Singapore’s chief cybersecurity officer says the nation must put significant effort into making e-payments trustworthy.
Millennials moving towards payment installations to avoid credit debt trap
Perpetual debt, hidden costs and exorbitant interest rates are all charged by our largely foreign-owned banks and retail finance companies.
Vend brings buy now, pay later solution to Kiwi SMBs
Afterpay allows customers to buy in-store instantly, putting down a quarter of the cost and paying over four equal fortnightly instalments.
Kiwi cloud success story granted top security certification
STAAH’s cloud-based solutions for the hospitality industry have attained PCI DSS certification.
Apple or Android? Smartphone sales surge 11% in AU
9.2m smartphones were sold in 2017, a big increase from last year that was largely driven by a 'replacement cycle' from one of the major OS.
Vend finds Aus retail sales down by 7%
"So is that Amazon’s impact, or is it shoppers being more cautious with their cash? This year will be the telling."
Aus payments fintech Verrency signs long-term agreement with UnionPay
Verrency’s services will be delivered via the UPI Wallet, Union Pay’s innovative API service.