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Sionic | July 13, 2022
Sionic , a leading provider of omni-commerce, consumer-to-business payments solutions, today announced it is launching a free mobile app for local merchants to accept real-time, bank-to-bank, lower-cost cash deposits from customers at the point of sale.
“We are excited to give local merchants a fast and easy way to accept real-time payments from customers, The app works with any point of sale and also gives merchants a simple way for customers to order and pay ...
Innovative Payment Solutions | April 05, 2022
Innovative Payment Solutions, Inc. (“IPSI” or the “Company”), a fintech provider of digital payment solutions and services to businesses and consumers, including IPSIPay™, announces the second-phase launch of its IPSIPay App following approval from VISA® for use of its debit card services as part of IPSIPay.
Following the initial launch of IPSIPay in December 2021, the availability of VISA debit card capability as part of IPSIPay enhances IPSIPay&...
Sparkle Leverages & Hedera Hashgraph | September 20, 2021
Sparkle has teamed up with Retail Data Systems (RDS) and Hedera Hashgraph to launch digital eReceipts and Universal Digital Coupons apps. The collaboration will allow Sparkle to deploy both applications at scale across legacy POS networks via RDS throughout North America.
Sparkle are a multi-patented managed integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) provider. Retail Data Systems (RDS) is the largest reseller and support company of Point of Sale (POS) hardware and software in...
pymnts | March 29, 2020
Earlier this month, a record number of Americans 3.3 million filed for unemployment benefits. Consumer sentiment, as reported last week, dipped to a three-and-a half-year nadir, brought down by lingering fears over COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, and the increasingly “new normal” of social distancing. The latest reading came in at 89.1, the lowest showing since October 2016, according to CNBC. To get a sense of the magnitude of the drop, the reading in February was 1...
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