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Mastercard releases Simplify Commerce cloud payment platform for Microsoft Dynamics

Mastercard releases Simplify Commerce cloud payment platform for Microsoft Dynamics Adding its name to the hat is MasterCard, opening up Simplify Commerce for Microsoft Dynamics customers., Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, The Netherlands, and the UK Merchant accounts with TSYS, EVO Payments International, and Priority Payment Systems are all supported by the cloud-based payment platform.

uld Mastercard's innovation pipeline be the answer to cyber security?

uld Mastercard's innovation pipeline be the answer to cyber security? It’s an important time for Kiwis to think about their online security, particularly when banking and shopping online.The place of specific number and letter passwords, Mastercard Identity Check Mobile verifies your identity using the fingerprint scanner on your smartphone or via facial recognition technology by taking a “selfie” photo.

Samsung Pay to launch in India in first half of 2017

Samsung Pay to launch in India in first half of 2017 For bringing Samsung Pay in India, the company has partnered with American Express (Amex), said the person, adding that the company may be exploring opportunities with giants such as Visa and MasterCard as well.Earlier this week, the South Korean technology company rolled out an update to the Galaxy Note5 smartphone in India which included the Samsung Pay app.

Mastercard to bring Qkr! payments app to the U.S. and five other countries

Mastercard to bring Qkr! payments app to the U.S. and five other countries as well as a handful of other countries, and the company’s new partnership with Oracle will help make the experience even more simple.is an iOS and Android app that uses Masterpass, Mastercard’s digital payment service, to allow users to pay at select restaurants, cinemas, schools, and more.

Exclusive: Samsung to bring Samsung Pay to non-premium smartphones

Exclusive: Samsung to bring Samsung Pay to non-premium smartphones The South Korean technology company plans to bring support for Samsung Pay on their non-premium smartphones lineup, including its budget J series models in India, according to two sources familiar with the matter.As it turns out, recently-manufactured batches of several budget and mid-level Samsung smartphones have the hardware capability to support Samsung Pay, one of the sources said.