Thursday , November 26, 2020

USAT’s ePort Connect Coming to Air Vending Service and other Digital Transactions News briefs from 2/4/19

  • USA Technologies Inc. agreed to provide its ePort Connect contactless-payments technology for air-vending machines deployed by CSC ServiceWorks Inc., a supplier of commercial washers and dryers, with 1.4 million laundry machines in service.
  • Upserv, a payments provider specializing in hospitality, adopted the TM-m30 receipt printer and TM-U220 kitchen printer from Epson Inc., along with the company’s Kitchen Display Systems (KDS) Controller solution with the OmniLink TM-U220-i intelligent series and KDS expansion modules.
  • Business-automation software developer Kofax Inc. and Israel-based imaging-application provider Top Image Systems Ltd. announced Kofax plans to acquire TIS for 86 cents per share, a 65% premium over TIS’s recent 30-day-weighted average-share price.
  • Data-security provider ControlScan said it has been certified by Verifone Systems Inc. as a managed-network service provider.
  • Sid Singh left Global Payments Inc., where he was group president of integrated solutions and vertical markets, to join Equifax Inc. as president of the credit-reporting company’s United States information-solutions unit, replacing Paulino de Rego Barros Jr. Singh had been at Global Payments since 2006. Barros will stay on with Equifax, initially working with Singh.
  • Private-label card issuer Synchrony Financial appointed Ellen Zane to its board of directors. Zane is a former president and chief executive of Tufts Medical Center and the Floating Hospital for Children.

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