US Bank has announced the launch of it’s new E-Payment Service Kiosks.
US Bank’s E-Payment Service Kiosks is similar to an ATM, they are customizable, free-standing units which are available to businesses, non-profits, utilities and other billers that want to give their own customers the option to pay bills on the spot.
The E-Payment offers five payment channels:
- The internet
- Touch-tone telephone (IVR)
- Staffed service centre
- Remote web service (API)
“Our business clients want to give their customers easy options to pay their bills,” said Ann Smith, senior vice president of Treasury Management Product at U.S. Bank. “The E-Payment Service Kiosk is a great payment acceptance tool that enables businesses to reduce their own costs and strengthen customer relationships.”
Using Ripple's enterprise blockchain solutions, Standard Chartered has completed its first real-time cross-border payment for businesses with another major correspondent bank.
Three years on from being acquired by PayPal, Braintree, a company which allows merchants to process a range of different payments, has revealed the number of its payment transactions has increased by 25 times.
Fresh from its $4.5bn IPO, Nordic payments processor Nets has picked Spire as its partner to help with the physical roll out of mobile payments for Dankort customers.
Square has introduced a new update to its contactless and chip readers that reduces transaction speed to 4.2 seconds.