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PPRO accelerates growth in APAC with new addition to leadership team
"Phua's appointment marks the strategic importance of the Asia Pacific region to the company."
Lack of PCI DSS compliance putting payment security at risk
Organisations across Asia Pacific are demonstrating stronger payments security compliance compared to other parts of the world, however global trends indicate that payments security compliance has dropped for the second year in a row.
Inland Revenue & ACC to stop accepting cheques from March 2020
Inland Revenue received more than 430,000 cheque payments in the last financial year, but the amount of cheque payments has been dropping around 20% each year, according to the firm.
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
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.
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.
Kiwi cloud success story granted top security certification
STAAH’s cloud-based solutions for the hospitality industry have attained PCI DSS certification.
Legacy payment systems causing dire survival concerns for AU businesses
59% of AU companies yet to adopt modern payment practices are at risk of failing in the next three years, while 19% are at moderate risk of collapse.
Interest-free fixed-term payments option launches in New Zealand
PartPay assumes full risk for consumer repayments and also picks up the cost of payment processing.
Shopify & Zipmoney launch digital wallet for Australian shoppers
“We have seen the tremendous take up of alternative payments at the checkout as millennials and other customer segments seek better ways to pay.”
Paymark & TNS team up to boost New Zealand payments infrastructure
This network includes 140,000 EFTPOS terminals across 80,000 merchants and sees approximately 1.2 billion transactions worth $60 billion carried each.
Harnessing a AWS hybrid cloud architecture in the digital payments ecosystem
some organisations are hesitant to put 100% of their applications in the cloud, either for security reasons or because few digital payments applicatio
Openpay & Aopen collaborate to boost A/NZ customer experience
AOPEN’s newest partnership sees two Australian technology companies come together with the of integration of Openpay onto the AOPEN MeldCX system.
Kiwis more trusting of digital payment methods - and customer experience is the driver
Kiwis are starting to trust digital payment methods much more since contactless, mobile wallets and online checkouts have arrived on the scene.
The new word that should replace ‘cloud’ in NetSuite’s vocab
We investigate the four trends that are playing in the ERP area right now.
Stripe and their role in the digital economy
We look at the story behind internet success story Stripe
Kiwi finalists gear up for Visa's 'The Everywhere Initiative' contest
Four innovative Kiwi startups are amongst the finalists in Visa's 'The Everywhere Initiative', with a $70,000 prize up for grabs.
Stargroup & West International take on EFTPOS & payment tech market
Stargroup has announced it will partner with West International AB to distribute EFTPOS terminals and software across Australia and New Zealand.
Visa seeks tech startups for its $70,000 Everywhere Initiative
Visa is encouraging startups across New Zealand & Australia to step forward and apply for the Everywhere Initiative, to pave the way for payment tech.
Electronic payment security now a key consideration for consumers
“The poll shows that choice and security are customers’ priorities when making electronic payments. Consumers want diversity in payment options."
IBM looks to clamp down on payment fraud
"By integrating IRIS Analytics with IBM's counter fraud technology, we will help organisations more accurately detect fraud at scale and speed."
Ezidebit launches cloud-based payment system for Aussie businesses
“Our new platform offers more ways to help our customers run their businesses more efficiently and get paid on time."