North American Bancard


Pay Anywhere Enhances Mobile Payment System For Apple, Android

North American Bancard is further enhancing the services of Pay Anywhere, its “no compromise” mobile payment system, with the latest version of the Pay Anywhere app for Apple iOS and Google Android.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/18/2011


North American Bancard Expands ‘Pay Anywhere’ App To Android

In its latest product milestone since its initial launch in January, Troy-based North American Bancard expanded the reach of Pay Anywhere credit card reader for mobile payments, announcing the system is now compatible with Android devices, in addition to all Apple devices.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/24/2011


Sell Anything Anywhere Via iPhone With North American Bancard App

No payment system is as simple as swiping a credit card. Consumers expect it and businesses prefer it. And now, “Pay Anywhere” from Troy-based North American Bancard allows anyone to take advantage of that simplicity to sell anything, anywhere — with no monthly or equipment fees.


Point & Pay Helps Improve Electronic Tax Payments In R.I.

Troy-based Point & Pay, a subsidiary of North American Bancard, Tuesday announced a partnership with Providence, R.I.-based Opal Data Technologies. Opal provides financial software and services to municipalities in Rhode Island, while Point & Pay […]


Point & Pay Enters Wisconsin Market

Point & Pay, the online payment subsidiary of Troy-based North American Bancard, has a new business partnership with the Wisconsin County Treasurers’ Association as well as six new clients in the Badger State. Point & […]


Troy Payments Firm Gets Partner, Customer

Point & Pay, a subsidiary of Troy-based North American Bancard Inc., Wednesday announced a new business partnership with BS&A Software along with the acquisition of the city of Dearborn as a client.  Point & Pay […]


North American Bancard Sponsors UM's 48-Hour Hackathon

 North American Bancard, the Troy-based payment processing firm, last week announced its sponsorship of the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering’s 48-Hour Mobile Applications Hackathon ( Organized by Elliot Soloway, an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor […]