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June 05, 2012

IdentityMind Launches its Antifraud Platform

IdentityMind logo 140x60px IdentityMind, a new on-demand platform tracking Internet identities and providing next generation anti-fraud services for online commerce, recently announced the availability of its Antifraud Platform for the general market.
IdentityMind proactive fraud prevention Platform offers real-time evaluation of payment transactions, account creation and login verification protecting merchants from accepting fraudulent transactions, acquirers and payment service providers (PSP) from fraudulent account creation and fraudulent merchants.

Braintree Expands Processing Footprint to 30 Countries

Braintree logo 140pxBraintree announced that it is expanding its payments platform internationally to 30 countries, including the the UK, EU, Australia, and Canada.
“Online entrepreneurship is one of the most powerful forces for growth in today’s global economy. Braintree disrupted the payments industry in the U.S. by making payments easy for developers to integrate in minutes rather than months. We’re now disrupting the global payments industry by providing international start-ups with the same technology available to the best U.S. and multi-national e-commerce merchants,” said Bill Ready, CEO of Braintree. “We’re answering the call of our customers and thousands of start-ups around the world for a truly global online and mobile payments solution. We will help e-commerce businesses and startups around the world launch, support, and scale successful businesses while giving our existing U.S. customers new ways to expand overseas.”

Braintree claims it currently processes more than $4B in card transactions each year, including nearly $1B in mobile payments.

QuickBooks Point of Sale Goes Mobile With GoPayment

Intuit logo 140pxIntuit has announced the its newest point-of-sale product that integrates with GoPayment mobile payment processing support.
“With 10 years of point of sale experience, we understand the challenges small retailers face when trying to grow their business,” said Chris Hylen, vice president and general manager of Intuit’s Payment Solutions division. “By integrating QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013 with GoPayment, we’re liberating retailers from their cash registers so they can better serve their customers and ring up more sales both in the store and on the go.”


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