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April 05, 2010

Adyen Enters US Market for Internet Payment Solutions

Adyen, a Netherlands-headquartered payments processing company started by the founders of Bibit, has announced the expansion of the company to the U.S. marketplace. Adyen executives include Chief Executive Officer, Pieter van der Does; President of North America, Peter Caparso; Chief Commerce Officer, Roelant Prins; and Chief Technology Officer, Arnout Schuijff. READ MORE »

Manilow Fund Uses Tempo's Affinity Debit Platform

Tempo has announced that its affinity debit platform is being utilized by the Manilow Fund for Health and Hope to provide donors with debit cards that support the Barry Manilow-created nonprofit organization’s campaign to save public school music programs “one swipe at a time.” Each time a Manilow Fund for Health and Hope debit card is used to make a purchase, the organization will receive a portion of standard transaction fees, utilizing cardholders’ purchasing power instead of out-of-pocket money to increase the Fund’s revenue. Proceeds will be used by the Manilow Fund for Health and Hope’s Manilow Music Project to put musical instruments into the hands of public school students across the U.S. READ MORE »

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