LAS VEGAS — A discussion of whether or not to charge for P2P helped get things going at the BAI Payments Connect Conference.
The ZashPay person-to-person payment network launched by Fiserv Inc. in 2009 will be absorbed by the Popmoney network that Fiserv bought last year with its acquisition of CashEdge.
Fiserv Inc. is combining the ZashPay P2P network it launched in 2009 with the Popmoney network that came with its acquisition of CashEdge last year.
As mobile banking has matured over the last year or so, new features such as P2P and apps make this feature a must-have for credit unions looking to attract new members of any age.
Credit unions will need to continue to seek out and provide a full – and expanding – range of services if they wish to position themselves as their members’ payment provider of choice in 2012.
Silicon Valley CU first in the nation to enable real-time, P2P payments from ATM.
PayPal has announced a deal with ATM manufacturer NCR that moves it more deeply into the payments arena. The predominantly online and mobile phone based payments company announced a suite of services aimed at the retail sector last month.
PayPal and NCR have announced a deal to enable person-to-person payments to be sent from an ATM.
A new person-to-person payments solution is being launched by Harland Financial Solutions and Harland Clarke.
Des Moines-based payments innovator also eyeing extending business beyond Iowa.