North American Bancard said Tuesday that its PayAnywhere remote payment system has been endorsed by the Irvine, Calif.-based Multi-Level Marketing International Association.
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.
The topic is innovation. Ford CEO Alan Mulally opened a keynote panel by giving his views on it, and then a whole bunch of Michigan technology companies presented their versions of it, at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas Wednesday.
The credit card processor North American Bancard Monday released the Pay Anywhere Software Development Kit to developers interested in mobile payment solutions.
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.
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.
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.