North American Bancard
North American Bancard, provider of the wireless device payment system PayAnywhere, announced it has joined the PCI Security Standards Council as a new Participating Organization.
North American Bancard said Tuesday that its PayAnywhere remote payment system has been endorsed by the Irvine, Calif.-based Multi-Level Marketing International Association.
Troy-based PayAnywhere announced availability of the newest version of its popular mobile point of sale software for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
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Pay Anywhere, the mobile payment division of the payment processing firm North American Bancard, said Monday it had donated a tablet computer to every student at Cranbrook’s Brookside Lower School.
The Pay Anywhere mobile payments branch of the Troy payment processor North American Bancard Monday announced it is dropping its 19-cent fee per swiped transaction.
Pay Anywhere, a mobile payments system, has released an upgrade to its iOS app. Apple users can upgrade to version 1.5 of Pay Anywhere to start taking advantage of a multitude of new features.
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The credit card processor North American Bancard Monday released the Pay Anywhere Software Development Kit to developers interested in mobile payment solutions.
The credit card processor North American Bancard is sponsoring the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering’s 48-Hour Mobile Applications Hackathon.