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Square clone Payleven links up with O2 Germany to bring its card readers to retailers

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Payleven, the Rocket Internet-backed mobile payment company, has just landed a rather significant fish in its homeland after agreeing to a partnership with operator Telefonica O2 Germany. The alliance will see a pilot initiative start at selected O2 stores across the country through which suppliers and sellers that use the...
Square clone Payleven links up with O2 Germany to bring its card readers to retailers
Make Way For Another Mobile Payment POSsibility: Shuttle By Adyen Launches Across All Of Europe

European Square clone Payleven one-ups rival iZettle with 'Chip & PIN' solution

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Payleven, the mobile payment solution provider that was incubated by Germany’s Rocket Internet, today announced at the Apps World conference in London that it is first to market with a ‘Chip & PIN’ solution for mobile payments in Europe. Basically, this makes Payleven’s mobile payments product about as secure as...
European Square clone Payleven one-ups rival iZettle with 'Chip & PIN' solution

Like Square But For Corporations: mPowa Launches New Dongle Payment Service In U.S.

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Add one more company to the ranks of hopefuls that want to own the space where dongles and mobiles are used for card-based payments. mPowa, a UK-based startup, is launching in the U.S. today with a solution that looks a lot like Square, Here from PayPal, and others. But while Square...
Like Square But For Corporations: mPowa Launches New Dongle Payment Service In U.S.
The War of the Dongles: PayPal Here enters the UK

How a mobile payment service can grow your online business

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With more than 123 million smartphone users in the United States alone (as of November 2012, according to comScore), and shopping via mobile devices growing by double digits, being able to accept credit cards via a mobile device sounds like a no-brainer. But how does it actually improve your...
How a mobile payment service can grow your online business

O2 teams up with Visa Europe, Global Payments to debut new mobile payment service for UK businesses

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Building on the momentum that Square, GroupOn and PayPal are enjoying from their mobile payment services for businesses in North America, O2 has today debuted its new Mobile Point of Sale service (mPOS), teaming up with Visa Europe and Global Payments to bring mobile payment capabilities to smaller businesses in the UK. O2′s new...
O2 teams up with Visa Europe, Global Payments to debut new mobile payment service for UK businesses

Square's new pricing: A bold move

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With a new pricing structure, Jck Dorsey's mobile payments company Square is upending things -- again. FORTUNE -- The heated battle for mobile payments just got more heated. On Thursday, Square, the pioneer in mobile point of sale systems, announced a new pricing model that gives merchants the option to...
Square's new pricing: A bold move

VeriFone Nixes Mobile POS And Square Competitor Sail, Citing "Razor Thin Margins" And "High Attrition"

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A reminder today that big companies often have trouble mirroring the efforts of companies disrupting their spaces: Payment industry giant VeriFone is killing its Square competitor Sail, which just launched in May, thanks to costs that didn’t make the “razor-thin margins” it was seeing from its small merchant customers worthwhile....
VeriFone Nixes Mobile POS And Square Competitor Sail, Citing "Razor Thin Margins" And "High Attrition"

PayPal's Cash For Registers Tries To Outdo Square And Groupon With Its Own Bid To Rule The Register

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Not to be outdone by Square, which today launched Stand to complement its Square register product on iPad tablets, and Groupon, which today widened out and rebranded as Breadcrumb its own mobile point-of-sale solution, PayPal is today announcing Cash for Registers, a program to encourage merchants to switch to PayPal-powered...
PayPal's Cash For Registers Tries To Outdo Square And Groupon With Its Own Bid To Rule The Register

Ebay To Use Mobile Tech To Go Deeper Into Offline Commerce With A Touchscreen Store Window Coming This Summer

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Ebay CEO John Donahoe today described how the e-commerce giant is moving further into the world of offline commerce, using mobile technology to do it: the company planning a partnership with a retailer that will create a “pop up” shop with a gigantic touchscreen store window. Donahoe says that this...
Ebay To Use Mobile Tech To Go Deeper Into Offline Commerce With A Touchscreen Store Window Coming This Summer

SumUp, Another European Square, Expands To Italy, Spain And Holland, Now Covering 7 Countries 12 Weeks Into Launch

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The landgrab among Square-influenced mobile payment companies in Europe continues apace: in today’s development, SumUp — which launched in August with more than $20 million in backing from b-to-v Partners, Shortcut Ventures, Tengelmann Ventures and Klaus Hommels, the early Skype, Facebook and Xing investor — today is announcing that it...
SumUp, Another European Square, Expands To Italy, Spain And Holland, Now Covering 7 Countries 12 Weeks Into Launch

Apple preparing to soon accept Apple Store payment cards via Passbook

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Passbook being used for a ticket to a baseball game (CNET) Nearly a month after launching its virtual wallet iPhone app, Passbook, Apple is preparing to put the feature to good use in its physical retail stores. Later this month, Apple will be seeding an updated version of its...
Apple preparing to soon accept Apple Store payment cards via Passbook

Mobile Payments Startup SumUp Adds Support For American Express Payments In 8 Of Its 10 European Markets

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SumUp, one of the myriad of European mobile card reader startups taking advantage of Square’s continued absence in the region to build out a business, is adding support for American Express. Its mobile card reader system already accepts Mastercard and Visa payments but today the startup said it has signed...
Mobile Payments Startup SumUp Adds Support For American Express Payments In 8 Of Its 10 European Markets

New Lettuce Order Management Platform Is as Beautiful as it Is Poweful

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For entrepreneurs, the Holy Grail of innovation is the opportunity to solve your own needs while also filling a need felt by the broader marketplace. This is exactly the story behind small and medium sized business (SMB) focused SaaS order management platform Lettuce. Lettuce co-founder Raad Mobrem started a...
New Lettuce Order Management Platform Is as Beautiful as it Is Poweful

Visa Debuts New Mobile Payments And NFC Partner Program For Merchants And Developers, Ready

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Credit card company Visa is ramping up its partner program to help integrate its payments technologies in mobile devices and platforms. The new initiative, called the Visa Ready Partner Program, aims to help mobile device manufacturers, technology partners, mobile network operators, and others gain access to Visa IP, licenses and...
Visa Debuts New Mobile Payments And NFC Partner Program For Merchants And Developers, Ready

Amazon Could Be Working On A Square Competitor

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Rumors have been coming in that Amazon is readying a mobile payments product that could compete with Square, Intuit GoPayment and PayPal Here. A tipster and an industry source both tell us that Amazon is going after smaller chains of retailers for the product, and could be offering significantly lower...
Amazon Could Be Working On A Square Competitor

Telefónica and Visa form strategic relationship to develop m-commerce across Europe

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One day after we reported on Telefónica’s mobile billing partnership with Facebook, Google, Microsoft and RIM, the Spanish communications giant has announced a “strategic relationship” with Visa Europe, which will see the finance firm become its preferred mobile payments’ partner across the continent. The partnership is geared towards driving new m-commerce...
Telefónica and Visa form strategic relationship to develop m-commerce across Europe

SumUp, One Of Europe's Many Mobile Payments Startups, Launches In Russia - Now Operating In 11 Markets

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SumUp, one of the myriad European Square-style mobile card reader startups, has expanded its coverage footprint by rolling into an eleventh European market: Russia. SumUp is now operational in the U.K., Germany, Ireland, Austria, the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, France, Portugal, Belgium and now Russia, giving it a larger international geographical footprint...
SumUp, One Of Europe's Many Mobile Payments Startups, Launches In Russia - Now Operating In 11 Markets

SumUp launches its API so that developers can add payment functionality to their apps

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SumUp provides a way for merchants to take debit and credit payments via their smartphone and today, the company has launched an API for its mobile point-of-sale solution. The API is available for both iOS and Android and the company hopes that this will help businesses and developers bring payment processing...
SumUp launches its API so that developers can add payment functionality to their apps

SumUp adds American Express to its mobile point-of-sale terminal roster

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And so the European mobile point-of-sale (POS) terminal wars continue. With iZettle, Payleven, Adyen, mPowa and SumUp all trying to replicate Square’s dongle-based model in the EU, the various stages in this scramble for the mobile merchant tend to involve the signing of distribution partnerships or the support of new...
SumUp adds American Express to its mobile point-of-sale terminal roster
Wal-Mart testing 'Scan & Go' iPhone feature for self-checkout

Square's Rabois: Retailers Will Opt for iPads Over Registers Within 18 Months

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Square’s Keith Rabois is predicting that nearly all retailers will be running their business off an iPad or comparable device in the near future. When pressed for a timeframe in a recent interview, Rabois claimed that the transition could take place in as little time as 18 months. This declaration...
Square's Rabois: Retailers Will Opt for iPads Over Registers Within 18 Months

Mobile POS wars: Adyen's Shuttle could be headache for iZettle and Payleven

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Oh look, it’s another Square-esque mobile point-of-sale payments system. Based on that fact alone, you may reasonably yawn – but Shuttle, from Adyen, is different. It’s not different merely on the basis of functionality – although it communicates with the merchant’s iOS or Android device via Bluetooth, rather than by...
Mobile POS wars: Adyen's Shuttle could be headache for iZettle and Payleven

Intuit Acquires Mobile Payments Company AisleBuyer, Will Integrate Into GoPayment, POS Solutions

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AisleBuyer, makers of a virtual shopping assistant app that lets in-store customers bypass checkout lines by paying directly on their mobile phone, has been acquired by Intuit. The Boston-based startup will be joining Intuit’s payments team, where their technology will be used to transition Intuit’s existing point-of-sale solutions as well...
Intuit Acquires Mobile Payments Company AisleBuyer, Will Integrate Into GoPayment, POS Solutions

MasterCard using 'best practices' to sell mobile payments

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Using its worldwide name brand, MasterCard is hoping to draw more small business owners into its new mobile point-of-sale program....
MasterCard using 'best practices' to sell mobile payments

SumUp, Another European Square, Expands To 3 More Markets: France, Belgium, Portugal -- Now Taking Payments In 10 Markets

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SumUp, another Square-style mobile payment dongle that launched in Europe in August backed by more than $20 million from b-to-v Partners, Shortcut Ventures, Tengelmann Ventures and Klaus Hommels, is continuing its rapid rollout by expanding into three more markets to take its total business footprint in Europe to 10 markets....
SumUp, Another European Square, Expands To 3 More Markets: France, Belgium, Portugal -- Now Taking Payments In 10 Markets
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