Wincor Nixdorf upgrades direct marketing software

Wincor Nixdorf is promoting the new version of its PC/E Direct Marketing software and providing banks with an effective and modern marketing tool to individually address customers on ATMs, self-service terminals or digital signage screens.
Customer-specific campaigns are now also possible thanks to the addition of an interface that allows real-time communication with the bank’s CRM system. The software enables banks and external advertising partners to convey tailored messages to their customers and thus achieve far higher response rates than with traditional forms of promotion like banners or ads. Apart from their own products and services, banks can also advertise offerings from other companies via various output media – with the marketing of the screens being a source of additional income for the banks. In addition, marketing controlling is improved through an extensive range of options for evaluating campaigns.

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Capital One Second Look(SM) to Flag Recurring, Renewing and Duplicate Charges

Capital One is piloting a new free service that helps its customers identify unnoticed or potentially unwanted charges. Capital One Second Look(SM) goes beyond traditional fraud detection for Capital One card customers, flagging potentially duplicate charges, auto-renewing subscriptions and increases in recurring charges that are commonly overlooked. Capital One offers a broad spectrum of financial products and services to consumers, small businesses and commercial clients through a variety of channels.

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Sequent Software Receives Patent

Sequent Software announced it has received a United States patent for its technology that turns apps into wallets. Patent number 8,745,716 recognizes Sequent’s ability to manage security and control usage of credit, debit and other secure credentials stored on mobile devices and allows managed access to those credentials by mobile apps for transactions in the physical environment.

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First Data Releases May 2014 SpendTrend Analysis

First Data Corporation, the global leader in payment technology and services solutions, today released its First Data SpendTrend® analysis for May 1, 2014 through May 30, 2014, compared to May 2, 2013 through May 31, 2013. SpendTrend tracks same-store point-of-sale data by credit, signature debit, PIN debit, EBT, closed-loop prepaid cards and checks from nearly four million merchant locations serviced by First Data. Spending growth of 4.2%, compared to April’s 4.1%, and the average ticket growth of 1.2 % in May gained steam against April’s 0.5% growth, was driven by May’s warm weather, which specifically spurred spending on travel and home improvement.

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peerTransfer Expands Payments

peerTransfer has expanded payment methods to increase currency coverage. The company has doubled its local currency offering, now serving over 95 countries in their local currency, with a total collection capability of over 225 countries and territories. Whether families want to pay via an international debit or credit card, an e-wallet, online bill-pay or a bank transfer (online/offline), peerTransfer leads this innovation in education, providing the optimal solution to meet the needs of this important demographic. International students and families want the ideal payment choice based on the unique needs and the complexities associated with making cross-border payments.

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70% of US CC Will Be EMV

By the end of 2015, 70% of U.S. credit cards and 41% of U.S. debit cards will be EMV enabled, says Aite Group. Aite Group’s new research report, EMV: Lessons Learned and the U.S. Outlook, takes a look at the migratory experiences of five countries that preceded the United States in adopting the EMV standard: the United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada. It also describes the U.S. path to EMV based on interviews with top U.S. issuers and payment networks and makes a series of recommendations for U.S. issuers based on the lessons learned from other countries.

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