Debit & Credit cards stories
Wise Platform improves cross-border money management
Wise Platform has launched a new way to help enterprises and their customers with cross-border money management.
Mastercard to eliminate plastics from payment cards by 2028
Mastercard has announced it is accelerating efforts to remove first–use PVC plastics from payment cards on its network by 2028.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - An update from Pin Payments
Chris Dahl, Co-CEO of Pin Payments, joins us today to tell us more about the company's solutions and the infrastructure it has throughout the ANZ region.
Corpay partners World Baseball Softball Confederation
Corpay Cross-Border will provide World Baseball Softball Confederation access to cross-border payments and currency risk management solutions.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams - Introducing Loyalty Now
Anurag Vasisth joins us to share more about Loyalty Now, its offerings, and the company's infrastructure in Asia Pacific.
PayTo is the future of payments - but who needs to know about it, and how will they benefit?
Despite years of innovation and positive changes in the way businesses take funds from their customers, managing payments can still be a headache.
PXP Financial partners DisputeHelp management platform
The partnership will provide an end-to-end dispute management platform across all payment schemes for their merchant portfolio.
Entrust advances Sigma Instant Issuance Platform for cards
Unique light curing module for Entrust Sigma instant issuance systems brings new financial card durability and personalization to card issuers.
Tap-and-go paywave payments the new norm in a COVID-19 world, Mastercard research shows
Consumer polling by Mastercard showed a significant majority of consumers were using the technology during February and March.
ASB launches debit card dedicated solely to business
ASB launches new Visa Debit card for small businesses, offering functionality of a credit card for in-store, online, and overseas purchases.
NZ spending on credit, debit cards rises in March on food, liquor gain
New Zealanders increased their spending on credit and debit cards for a second month in March, led by an increase in consumables such as food and liqu.
NZ debit, credit card retail spending gains 1.2% in February, led by hospitality
New Zealanders increased spending on debit and credit cards in February, led by gains in hospitality and apparel as low inflation makes households mor.
NZ retail spending on debit, credit cards rises 0.9% in January
New Zealanders increased their spending on debit and credit cards in January, led by consumables and durables, while spending on fuel fell for a th.