News for Sterling Payment Technologies

Angry Birds credit card to be released


Consumers in Russia will soon have the chance to get their hands on a brand-new credit card, featuring one of the most popular mobile games in the world. ... more

Mobile transactions can help entrepreneurs


Many small business owners have begun using tablet devices to help reduce merchant services costs. ... more

Groupon introduces merchant services application


One popular online coupon firm recently began testing a payment reader system to take advantage of the profit in the sector. ... more

Credit card industry event to be held in Utah


An upcoming event in Utah will showcase the growing market in the credit card travel industry. ... more

Mobile payment processing still lagging in some industries


While many industries have begun to see the worth of accepting mobile payment processing services, some are slow to pace. ... more

NDB Advisory announces new assessment offering


As the payment card industry continues to evolve, PCI compliance and other regulations become even more important to ensure the security of consumer financial data. ... more

South Carolina city spreads payment card processing to parking meters


It seems as though a new technology within the payment card industry hits the market every day, and each to make life more convenient for card holders than the last. ... more

Intuit reveals credit card processing a must for small business


The importance of ample and eclectic payment processing capabilities, such as mobile credit card processing and merchant credit card terminals, has become more and more apparent throughout the past few years. ... more

MasterCard takes a lead on U.S. EMV chip integration


The evolution of the payment processing industry has continued on a rapid pace throughout the past 10 years. ... more

Massive layoffs follow Capital One's HSBC acquisition


Shortly after it purchased HSBC's U.S. credit card holdings, Capital One stated that it would be making significant cuts to the newly acquired brand. ... more

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