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Australia Post taps i2c for digital payments push

Australia Post is partnering with processor i2c Inc. to “expand and modernize” its digital payments offerings. Under the pact, the Australian postal service will use i2c’s Agile Processing platform to roll out enhanced digital functionality for its payments products, including the Load&Go GPR Visa card, along with gift, multicurrency travel and corporate incentive cards. The i2c platform also will underpin future financial services products from Australia Post.

i2c and Bento team to offer SMEs more spending control via prepaid card

i2c Inc. has joined forces with expense management specialist Bento for Business to launch a new prepaid card designed to give small business owners and their employees a better way to manage spending and expenses. Powered by i2c’s Agile Processing payments platform, the Mastercard-branded Bento employee expense card features integrated alerts, card-level restrictions and digital dashboards to enable companies to track and control employee spending in real-time, the companies said.

Webinar recap: for prepaid issuers, agility is a process(or)

In last week’s Paybefore Spotlight Webinar, attendees representing markets from across the globe said the No. 1 challenge to growing their prepaid businesses is differentiation. Find out what experts from Celent’s banking practice and global processor i2c had to say about creating dynamic prepaid products to compete in the changing payments landscape.

Peg Johnson named to i2c global leadership role

Global payments processor i2c Inc. has appointed Peg Johnson as executive vice president of global client success to oversee global operations of its client services and customer success organizations. Johnson will report directly to i2c CEO Amir Wain.

Payments round-up: 20 October 2016

Words cut. Time saved. A round-up of key events in the payments enclave. Azimo, the money transfer service, has launched a new version of its mobile app for Apple and Android users. On the iPhone, the app will allow users to transfer money through the voice-activated Siri system. Customers can transfer money by telling Siri […]

I2c and TIS team up for payments in Asia

Payment firms i2c and TIS have formed a strategic partnership to standardise prepaid payment solutions on the i2c processing platform. Under terms of the multi-year partnership, Japan-based TIS will adopt i2c’s cloud-based platform as its standard for prepaid card processing and expand its use to support credit and debit card payment processing in “key Asian […]