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June 06, 2011

Radiant Systems Expands Mobile Payment Capabilities

Radiant logo 140pxRadiant Systems has unveiled a mobile payments platform that "enables restaurateurs and retailers to complete transactions faster and create a more intimate and pleasing on-site experience."
Radiant has a history of bringing mobile payment solutions to market, including its Orderman handheld technology used by servers and cashiers in over 30,000 restaurants worldwide. With consumers becoming more comfortable using technology in the palm of their hands, they are driving new demands on how they pay for purchases and interact with the businesses they frequent. Radiant is actively working on pilots with several companies that are planning to bring mobile wallets to market later this year.

Travelex GEO Launches Renminbi Payments into China

Travelex logo 140pxTravelex Global Business Payments has announced that "their business customers will now be able to trade in Chinese renminbi through Travelex’s unique GEO Global Clearing Network. Travelex will be the first non-bank Payments Specialist to offer business transfers in renminbi, the official currency of the People’s Republic of China."

Fiserv Tops 375 Financial Institutions for Mobile Money

Fiserv logo 60pxhFiserv has announced that "more than 375 financial institutions have agreed to use Mobile Money from Fiserv, the company’s flagship mobile banking and payments solution. Almost 200 of these banks and credit unions are already live on the service, a figure that has more than doubled within the last 12 months."

InComm Introduces Prepaid to the Discount Channel in Japan

InComm logo 140pxInComm has announced that it is teaming up with Don Quijote, Japan's largest discount store chain, to launch a suite of point-of-sale activation (POSA) prepaid products utilizing InComm's Fastcard technology at all of its retail locations.
While most retailers in North America regularly use POSA technology to enable display merchandising of gift and prepaid cards, the Don Quijote launch represents the first roll out of this technology in the major discount store industry in Japan.


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