Geplaatst op: 25 July 2012
AcceptEmail is mentioned in the #998 July 2012 issue of The Nilson Report, the world’s leading source of news and proprietary research on consumer payment systems. The article in the “Fast Facts” section of The Nilson Report features our cooperation agreement with Deutsche Card Services and explains how DCS have enabled AcceptEmail as a payment service in their Smart Pay GUI. Lees verder »
Geplaatst op: 29 May 2012
BankservAfrica, Africa’s largest automated clearing house (ACH), has invested in the local payment industry and the growth of the sector by awarding two payment companies a combined interest-free loan to the value of R1.2 million. “As a leading payment organisation we have identified two payment companies still in their infancy and are providing them with an interest-free loan of R600 000 each for five years to invest in their enterprise development initiatives and grow their businesses in accordance with the spirit of the B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice, as well as from a skills point of view. This led to Transact Connect and Triloq Payment Services being chosen.” says Shergeran Naidoo, head of enterprise risk management at BankservAfrica. Lees verder »
Geplaatst op: 8 February 2012
Tuesday 7 February 2012 AcceptEmail demonstrated a feature that enables mobile bill pay:
“Recently we have added a Short Invoice Service, which creates an electronic bill, including payment capability for mobile phones using SMS, WhatsApp or Twitter. This new feature of AcceptEmail adds the mobile space to the service and enables fully automated credit management. AcceptEmail has also expanded their set of payments methods that can be used via PSP’s with the availability of many new international online payment methods, debit, and credit cards.”
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Geplaatst op: 26 January 2012
Online shopping was a pain before I got my first credit card. Painstakingly transferring money from my bank account to an online vendor is not ideal. With a credit card though, online shopping becomes easy. For the unlucky few who cannot get a credit card, online shopping dreams are dashed. Not so, says Triloq Payment Services. Its products, 1-2-Pay Online and AcceptEmail have been in development from January 2011 and aim to “free” the user from online shopping payment grief, allowing users to add funds from their bank accounts into a virtual credit card, and email bill payments. This month, the service opens up to the crowd desperate to shop online.
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Geplaatst op: 17 January 2012
AcceptEmail will perform at FinovateEurope, the prestigious showcase of cutting-edge financial technology innovations from leading established companies and hot new startups. Live on stage in London we will present our newest feature – the world’s first Short Invoicing Service.
As one of two Dutch companies we are selected to demonstrate our newest invention at FinovateEurope2012, a demo-based conference for innovative startups and established companies in the fields of banking and financial technology. Held on February 7th in the heart of the Financial District in London, the event offers an insight-packed glimpse of the future of banking and finance via fast-paced seven minutes product demonstrations.
Peter Kwakernaak, CEO AcceptEmail: “After the successful launch of our international platform last year, we are looking forward to go on stage at Finovate again. This time we will demonstrate our innovative Short Invoicing Service. This new extension of our service allows senders to simply convert an AcceptEmail into a text message and send it to customers via WhatApp, SMS or social media. The bill can then be paid quickly and safely via credit card, debit card such as Maestro, PayPal or via mobile banking.”
Kwakernaak continues: “We facilitate companies to digitally send bills through multiple communication channels, while maintaining a safe and prompt payment by their customers. The threshold for switching to digital invoices is thus further reduced or even eliminated.”
Eric Mattson, CEO of The Finovate Group: “”We’re very pleased to have AcceptEmail demonstrating their newest innovation in mobile payments on stage at FinovateEurope. Mobile payments are growing quickly and we think AcceptEmail’s focus on making the payment of bills easier on mobile devices opens exciting possibilities.”
FinovateEurope is organized by The Finovate Group. For more information on the event or to view videos of previous demos, please visit http://www.finovate.com/europe2012.