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US-based contact lifecycle management platform company Ironclad has announced the acquisition of clickwrap transaction platform provider PactSafe.

Published in Deals

New research suggests the value of online fraudulent transactions is expected to reach US $25.6 billion by 2020, up from $10.7 billion in 2015.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 16 December 2015 13:11

Qld property market going digital

A new online property exchange service – Pexa – has now gone live in Queensland allowing property transactions and exchanges to be finalised online.

Published in Internet of Things

With over 20,000 customers under its belt, eWAY has simplified payments for online retailers with a single 2.6% flat rate for all credit cards.’

With US $125 billion in mobile and online transactions by 2018 coming, and China top of eRetail Sales, global eRetail’s boom will continue.

Published in Home Tech

Security is always a concern with financial transactions conducted online and the explosion in smartphone use for everything from mobile banking, buying event tickets to paying bills means that it’s a number one priority for both consumers and financial services providers.

Published in Mobility

Australia’s financial services sector is lagging behind other sectors in online transactions, with the industry urged to lift its game and invest more in IT to maintain competitiveness.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Australian payment solutions company, Debitsuccess, has launched a new web-based service for retailers that enables them to process customer lay-by payments with online direct debits.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 14 December 2011 01:30

Mobile payment safer than credit card say consumers

Four times more consumers consider mobile payments safer than credit cards, and according to a survey in the US, the concern about credit card security has cost online merchants more than $100 billion in annual lost revenue.

Published in Market
Friday, 09 December 2011 15:50

Big jump in remittances on mobile devices

International remittances via mobile devices are rising rapidly with predictions of explosive growth over the next five years, with the value of the remittances jumping from less than $12 million this year to $55 million by 2016.

Published in Market
Thursday, 29 September 2011 12:29

Sharp rise in mobile payments

The number of Australians using their mobiles to make payments to online retailers has risen sharply, with more than 1,000 making payments every hour from their mobile phones through PayPal, and the value of payments forecast to more than quadruple this year compared with last year.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 24 August 2011 22:21

IP Payments goes with Comsys solution

Interactive telephony service provider, Comsys Telecom & Media, has been selected by IP Payments to provide its payments and PCI DSS compliant solution to process 500,000 transactions daily.

Published in Deals
Friday, 19 August 2011 18:44

SmartTrans, China Mobile team up

Mobile solutions vendor, SmartTrans, has signed a binding agreement with China Mobile's CMPay e-commerce centre that will allow SmartTrans to collect payment from China Mobile customers.

Published in Deals

In Australia retailers are facing tough times as consumers keep their money in their pockets, and with new challenges posed for traditional 'bricks and mortar' retailers by the dramatic shift to purchasing by consumers of all manner of goods and services from overseas, online retailers. But some tips for using technology to help are at hand.

Published in Market
Monday, 11 July 2011 17:24

DealsDirect increases checkout security

Australian online discount department store, DealsDirectOnline, has implemented a solution from Transaction Network Services (TNS) which it says will strengthen security of its payments processing and give customers a safer, faster and more user-friendly checkout experience.

Published in Deals
Visa Europe has taken a stake in Australian global authentication company, Emue Technologies, following collaboration over the past 18 months with Emue in the development of the Visa CodeSure solution which provides authentication and transaction security through what Visa says is a “unique payment card” with embedded display, microprocessor and numeric keypad.

Published in Strategy




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