Saturday , April 17, 2021

Robert A. Jenisch

Bob Jenisch is a partner at Boland Hill Media LLC, publishers of the Digital Transactions brand of payment products. His company was formed in 2003 and includes Digital Transactions magazine, Digital Transactions News and In addition to Digital Transactions publications, Bob was instrumental in the launching of four magazine groups in the financial services industry over the last twenty years. Card Technology, Collections and Credit Risk, Card Marketing and IDWorld were created while employed in a senior management position at Faulkner & Gray, a Thomson Financial company. Bob’s publishing career began at Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Publications in various management positions on manufacturing publications. Prior to that, he worked in sales and marketing positions for broadcast organizations in Mason City, Iowa, as well as Rockford, Ill., and Chicago. Bob has been married for 34 years to Therese whom he met while attending St. Mary’s University in Winona, Minn., where he received his bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing. They have two daughters, Anne and Maggie, and live in Downers Grove, Ill. Bob is also an avid Chicago sports fan.

Empowering consumers by providing options

SME: Norman Marraccini, SVP, Head of Retail and Commercial Digital Payments Providing consumers options when they purchase and pay is how organizations can provide the best customer experience. COVID-19 has brought this idea to the forefront, with more and more consumers choosing to use technology such as mobile wallets, person …

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Making Sense of the ISO and ISV Convergence

  Todd Linden, CEO of Payment Processing North America at Paysafe For a long time now, Independent Sales Organizations (ISOs) and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) have supported the retail sector in providing individual merchants with the payment systems they need to meet customer demand. ISOs have provided merchants with their …

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Samsung Pay Adds Card Issuers and Brings Verizon on Board

For merchants these days, laying hands on a payment terminal with the needed EMV certifications is hard enough. Finding a certified device with built-in intelligence is even harder. Against that backdrop, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based startup called Poynt Co. on Thursday announced its Poynt Smart Terminal is the first such …

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