Monday, May 23, 2011

Security Looms as a Growing Mobile Problem

 Six rising threats from cyber criminals 
 (from InfoWorld at 21-5-2011) 

Watch out for these cyber attacks that can turn smartphones into texting botnets, shut off electricity, jam GPS signals, and more

Hackers never sleep, it seems. Just when you think you've battened down the hatches and fully protected yourself or your business from electronic security risks, along comes a new exploit to keep you up at night. It might be an SMS text message with a malevolent payload or a stalker who dogs your every step online. Or maybe it's an emerging technology like in-car Wi-Fi that suddenly creates a whole new attack vector. Whether you're an IT manager protecting employees and corporate systems or a... read more»

 Study: 99% of Android phones vulnerable to attack 
 (from MSNBC at 19-5-2011) 
 Bad news for Android users! A study shows that 99 percent of Android phones are vulnerable to a security attack which allows hackers to access their Google accounts. Researchers at the University of Ulm tested Android versions 2.1, 2.2, 2.2.1, 2.3.3, 2.3.4, and 3.0 only to find that devices running anything prior to Android 2.3.4 can easily be compromised with the attack method used. Considering that nearly all Android phones are running software version 2.3.3. and below, this means that abou... read more»
 Security looms as growing mobile problem 
 (from asiaone at 21-5-2011) 
 Internet security experts are warning that mobile Internet users are facing a rapidly escalating threat from hackers and spyware. As the computing capacity and the popularity of small mobile devices and gadgets have increased, so have the risks of attack from other mobile devices and computers, creating a growing threat of mobile users losing their privacy or confidential business data. International computer security firm Symantec said in a recent Internet Security Threat Report that a ma... read more»
 Hackers Increase Smartphone Attacks 
 (from News In A Box at 19-5-2011) 
 Reuters reports that there has been an increase in the number of smartphone hacking, which makes software giants and phone operators invest more and more in security. The increase in hacker attacks aiming at smartphones proves to be a difficult time for the software companies and the startups and telecom operators. But, on the other hand, hackers attacks seem to very profitable for the security providers. They create big business opportunities for companies that create antivirus programs, s... read more» 
 Mobile hacking sets off security gold rush 
 (from ibnlive at 19-5-2011) 
 Hackers are increasingly aiming attacks at smartphones, touching off a race among software giants, start-ups and telecom operators seeking to cash in on ways to help consumers protect themselves. As the previously fragmented smartphone market coalesces around big operating systems like Apple's iPhone and Google's Android, it has become a more attractive target for hackers seeking to maximize damage with one hit. That's creating a big business opportunity for everyone from traditional antiv... read more» 

Square Obsoletes Cash Registers and Credit Card Terminals with new iPad, iPhone, and Android Apps

Press Release from 

Transforms everyday transactions between buyers and sellers

SAN FRANCISCO – May 23, 2011 – Square, the company revolutionizing everyday transactions between buyers and sellers, today announced new features for its iPad point of sale solution. The new, free Square Register app for iPad streamlines checkout, tracks sales, and makes it easy for businesses to communicate with customers on their mobile phones. The company also introduced Card Case, which enables iPhone and Android users to explore local businesses; view menus; track and store digital receipts; and open digital tabs to make instant, effortless purchases – all on their phones.

"Cash registers and credit card terminals are relics of an expensive, complicated, and impersonal commercial transaction system," said Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square. "With Register and Card Case, weʼre transforming everyday transactions between buyers and sellers into something special," said Dorsey.

"We revolutionized the payment industry with the Square card reader which makes it possible for anyone to accept credit cards on their phone," said Dorsey. "Now, with Square Register, weʼre reinventing point of sale with a beautiful, intuitive iPad app. Card Case goes beyond point of sale to transform the entire buyer-seller relationship."

Square Register

Square Register replaces the complicated and expensive cash registers that clutter store counters with a beautiful, full featured, touch-enabled point of sale and checkout solution. Using Register, businesses can easily manage the items they sell, check daily transactions, update pricing, automate checkout, generate digital receipts, and maintain virtual storefronts so customers can discover and explore new offerings when theyʼre in the neighborhood. New features introduced with Register include:


Using the location-based Directory feature, sellers can be discovered by customers in their neighborhood. Consumers can explore nearby shops, cafes, and restaurants before they ever set foot in the store.


The new Menus feature, much like a digital sandwich board, enables local shops and restaurants to advertise current menus, prices, daily specials, and the most popular trending items right on customersʼ phones. Updates are pushed instantly, giving businesses a powerful, cost effective way to build awareness and communicate with customers.


Similar to one-click purchases made popular by online retailers, Tabs make payments instant and effortless in the real world. Once a customer opens a tab on their phone, sellers can verify a customerʼs identity with a stored profile and photo on Square Register and approve their purchase with just one touch. Tabs eliminate the need for cash or credit cards at checkout, enabling customers to leave their wallets at home.


With Square Register, sellers can automatically generate and send digital receipts to customers, enabling them to track and store their purchase history right on their phone. This eliminates the need for costly, wasteful paper receipts.

Card Case

Card Case, a feature of the Square app for iPhone and Android, enables customers to access Directory and Menus, and open Tabs at their favorite merchants, making purchasing instant and effortless. Card Case can be activated through a text message invitation from Square after making a credit card purchase at a participating merchant.


The Square Register app for iPad is available for free beginning today in the App Store. Businesses interested in offering Card Case can apply online at Consumers can activate Card Case at one of the 50 currently authorized Square merchants in Los Angeles, New York, St. Louis, San Francisco, and Washington, DC. Card Case for Android phones will be coming soon.

About Square

Square has revolutionized millions of everyday transactions between buyers and sellers with its free card reader for mobile devices. Square Register and Card Case are transforming the relationship between buyers and sellers. Founded in 2009, and headquartered in San Francisco, Square is currently available in the U.S. More information is available at

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To NFC or not to NFC

ZDNet explores what Apple may up to when it comes to NFC plans...
(In January it was on, now it’s apparently off.)


Apple filed two NFC-related patents in the past three years, but it hasn’t used it in any products to date. Should Apple put NFC chips into the next iPhone? Strong cases can be made either way.
Read the Article 
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Square Introduces Virtual POS Terminal

Image representing TechCrunch as depicted in C...Image via CrunchBaseTechCrunch reports that Square's new Register will replace POS terminals...

Today, Dorsey is revealing Square Register, a high-powered point of sale replacement for cash registers and point of sale terminals. And the company is taking it one step further for consumers by launching the Square Card Case, a way for purchasers to access a local merchants’ goods, prices, location, loyalty card and more.   
One piece of advice to PayPal, Visa, or any other payments giant who wants to be a part of the future of payments: buy Square. Like yesterday
Read the whole article at TechCrunch. Square's Disruptive New iPad Payments Service Will Replace Cash Registers

Here's more:  

Square Will Let Shoppers Say Their Names to Pay

New York Times (blog) - Claire Cain Miller - 1 hour ago
Square, the mobile payments start-up, has tried to make cash obsolete by offering a way for any business, from a farm stand to a ...
Square Announces New Consumer Initiative: Pay With Your Name‎ - Mashable
Square's Disruptive New iPad Payments Service Will Replace Cash ...‎ - TechCrunch
Square Creates an App Store for Offline Payments‎ - Fast Company
Fortune Huffington Post
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POS For Android From Squirrel Previewed At 2011 National Restaurant Association Show

Squirrel Systems Displays Latest Mobile Point of Sale Solution at Premier Restaurant Industry Event

Press Release:  Squirrel Systems on Friday announced the debut of Squirrel Professional POS for Android at the 2011 National Restaurant Association Show taking place from May 21-24 in Chicago. The ability to run Squirrel Professional on an Android tablet is the latest addition to the Squirrel Mobility suite of solutions, which also includes point of sale software for Windows tablets and other mobile devices like the Apple iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
Restaurants, bars, and hotels can efficiently manage their food and beverage operations by running Squirrel Professional POS software on traditional fixed touchscreen terminals as well as mobile tablets and handhelds. The ability to mix and match a growing number of available devices and platforms all on the same system gives Squirrel Professional users an unprecedented level of flexibility.
Squirrel POS Software for Android Tablets,
 including Samsung Galaxy Tab
Now, with the introduction of Squirrel Professional for Android, customers have even more choice. Android is an open source mobile platform from Google that can be installed by any hardware manufacturer, providing hospitality operators a wide range of tablets from which to choose.
“Squirrel understands that one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to providing point of sale solutions for each of our customers,” said Mike Devine, Vice President, Marketing and Channel Sales at Squirrel Systems. “If customers are looking for a cost-effective tablet that fits in the palm of the hand or in an apron pocket, we can offer it. They can select the Android tablet that works for them, whether it has a 5-inch, 7-inch, or 10-inch screen.”
Because the same innovative and easy-to-use software runs on fixed terminals and Android tablets, customers using both types of hardware have a seamless experience when entering orders, managing promotions, updating menu items and prices, or sending staff alerts. Therefore, implementing Squirrel Professional with an Android tablet requires little to no training so users can spend less time thinking about technology and have more time to focus on providing an exceptional guest experience.
Demonstrating the versatility of Squirrel’s point of sale software, Squirrel Professional can be seen on a variety of mobile devices, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab (an Android tablet), as well as the Apple iPad, in booth #5660 at the 2011 NRA Show starting May 21st, 2011.
About Squirrel Systems
Squirrel Systems is proud to be celebrating 27 years as a technology provider to the global hospitality industry. In 1984, Squirrel revolutionized the industry by introducing the first touchscreen restaurant point of sale system. Over the years, Squirrel has pioneered advancements such as integrated credit card authorization at the POS and native Microsoft SQL Server databases for real time data access. This spirit of innovation and success continues today with award-winning and customer-focused products like Squirrel Professional, Squirrel in a Box, Squirrel in a Box for Hotels, and Squirrel Mobility as well as unparalleled support programs such as Squirrel EasyCare, Squirrel SmartWatch, and Squirrel DataStore. Squirrel is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and offers solutions that meet the highest level of Payment Card Industry validation, PA DSS (Payment Application Data Security Standard). For more information, visit

epay Announces Rollout of Microsoft Prepaid Services in EMEA and APAC

LEAWOOD, Kan.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--epay, a division of Euronet Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: EEFT) and a leading global prepaid and payments processor in the U.S., today announced the completion of multi-country agreements with Microsoft Corp. covering Europe, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific regions. The agreements enable epay to distribute Microsoft point-of-sale-activated products, including Microsoft Office 2010, across epay’s worldwide network of over 278,000 retailer locations.
“epay is excited to provide Microsoft, our retailers and ultimately the consumer, a simple and commercially beneficial product proposition”
Consumers can buy the Office 2010 POSA product to either unlock Office 2010 software already installed on their hardware (laptop, PC, Mobile Device) or download the Office 2010 software directly from the Internet. The POSA solution eliminates software installation in favor of a simpler consumer experience and activation process, reducing costs and risk of theft of physical software merchandise, and is more environmentally friendly, thereby significantly reducing packaging and plastic use.
“epay is excited to provide Microsoft, our retailers and ultimately the consumer, a simple and commercially beneficial product proposition,” said Kevin Caponecchi, President of Euronet Worldwide. “We are a global company and well placed to complement the growth and product development aspirations of Microsoft, and we welcome the opportunity to work with a global brand such as Microsoft.”
Steve Atchison, EMEA Category Management Lead for Microsoft Office explains, “Microsoft will work with epay in driving the ‘Digital Content’ opportunity through Point of Sale Activated solutions across the world, kicking off with Office 2010. epay provides Microsoft with flexible retail, distribution, IT and commercial solutions, allowing us to focus on our products, proposition and customers’ needs.”
About epay
epay, a Division of Euronet Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: EEFT), is a global processor and distributor of electronic payment solutions – enabling service providers to maximize the sales of their products and services. epay delivers innovative and tailored electronic payment, cash collection solutions including POS systems integration, a full settlement and reporting service and full marketing and distribution service support.
The epay product portfolio includes prepaid mobile top-up, prepaid debit cards, e-wallets, bill payment, gift cards, digital music and other content, money transfer through its sister company RIA, lottery and transport payment solutions including road tolls and public transport.
epay delivers these products through a worldwide network of approximately 278,000 retailer locations and 562,000 points of sale (POS) across a number of markets including Australia, Austria, Brazil, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, UK and the U.S. Visit for more information.


epay UK
Hetal Patel, +44 (0) 1268 242234

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Micros Teams with Planet Payment for the Global Hospitality, Restaurant and Retail Sectors

MICROS logoImage via Wikipedia
COLUMBIA, Md., May 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- MICROS Systems, Inc., a leading provider of information technology solutions for the hospitality and retail industries, is pleased to announce the global launch of the MICROS Payment Gateway (MPG) along with an agreement with Planet Payment, Inc. (LSE: AIM: PPT and PPTR; OTCQX: PLPM), a leading multi-currency payment processor, to offer integrated payment solutions to the hospitality, retail and restaurant markets.
The MICROS Payment Gateway is a payment gateway solution designed to specifically facilitate integrated payment support for the MICROS suite of enterprise hospitality products, including OPERA, MICROS 3700, MICROS 9700 and Simphony. As part of the agreement announced today, the MICROS Payment Gateway will integrate within Planet Payment's data center and processing platform, with MICROS providing merchants with direct customer service and support. As a result of this arrangement, any acquirer or processing customer utilizing Planet Payment's global platform now has access to the integrated MICROS solution.
The MICROS Payment Gateway provides the latest in security and fraud features and is fully compliant with all applicable Card Association requirements, including the PCI-DSS and PA-DSS standards. MPG also features end-to-end encryption and transaction tokenization, easing the PCI burden for the hospitality industry. MPG will support Planet Payment's "Pay in Your Currency"® solution, also referred to in the industry as Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC). With PYC, MICROS customers can provide an enhanced level of customer service by offering international guests the choice to pay in their home currency. The solution is specifically tailored to meet the local processing needs of acquirers and their merchants, including the various flavors of EMV and local debit products such as lnterac™, the most popular debit card in Canada.
"We are pleased to announce the global launch of the MICROS Payment Gateway and to partner with Planet Payment on this solution," stated Peter Rogers, Executive Vice President, MICROS Systems, Inc. "Our partnership with Planet Payment will allow us to deliver dynamic currency conversion capabilities to customers around the world."
"Planet Payment is dedicated to providing banks and merchants with innovative solutions that improve efficiency and profitability," added Philip Beck, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Planet Payment. "Through this arrangement, we can now offer our customers a single end-to-end solution that satisfies MICROS merchants across all supported verticals and geographies -- whether the merchant is seeking to better serve their international clientele through our Pay in Your Currency service or a domestic solution for EMV and debit support. We look forward to offering this solution to our base of customers in North AmericaAsia Pacific, theMiddle East and Africa."
About Planet Payment
Planet Payment's Common shares trade in the UK on AIM under the symbols PPT for unrestricted Common shares and PPTR for Reg S Common shares and in the United States on the OTCQX under the symbol PLPM.
Planet Payment is a leading international payment and data processor, providing banks and their merchants with innovative solutions to accept, process and reconcile payments, anytime, anywhere and in any currency. Our customer base of more than 45 acquiring banks and processors stretches from North America, to the Middle East, to Asia Pacific, including ChinaHong Kong,MacauTaiwanMalaysia and India.
Planet Payment is headquartered in New York and has offices in AtlantaBeijingBermudaDelawareLondonHong Kong,Shanghai and Singapore. Visit for more information on the Company and its services. For up-to-date information follow Planet Payment on Twitter at @PlanetPayment or join Planet Payment's page on Facebook.
About MICROS Systems, Inc.
MICROS Systems, Inc. provides enterprise applications for the hospitality and retail industries worldwide. Over 330,000 MICROS systems are currently installed in table and quick service restaurants, hotels, motels, casinos, leisure and entertainment, and retail operations in more than 130 countries, and on all seven continents. In addition, MICROS provides property management systems, central reservation and customer information solutions under the brand MICROS-Fidelio for more than 26,000 hotels worldwide, as well as point-of-sale, loss prevention, and cross-channel functionality through its MICROS-Retail division for more than 100,000 retail stores worldwide.
For more information on MICROS and its advanced information technology solutions for the hospitality industry, please contactLouise Casamento, Vice President of Marketing at (443) 285-8144 or (866) 287-4736. You can also visit the MICROS website or send an email to
The MICROS logo is a registered trademark of MICROS Systems, Inc.
All other product and brand names are the property of their respective owners.
Louise Casamento



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Global Online Payment Methods 2011

NEW YORKMay 23, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
1.) Key Findings
• Credit cards are dominating the US B2C E-Commerce payment market, accounting for a market share of approximately 40% in 2010. This share is expected to decrease slightly until 2015.
• "Invoice" was the most preferred online payment method in Germany in Q3 2010, followed by "Micropayment Services". "Card" only reached a smaller share on the German market.
• With almost 60%, "Card" was also the most preferred online payment method in the UK in Q3 2010, followed by "Micropayment Services".
• In France, "Card" was the most preferred online payment method in Q3 2010, too, followed by "Micropayment Services".
• The value of the electronic payment market in Japan is expected to reach almost JPY 50 trillion in 2014, up from approximately JPY 40 trillion in 2010.
2.) Contents
Hamburg-based market research firm analyzes global E-Commerce payment trends in its "Global Online Payment Methods 2011" report. The analysis takes an in-depth look at payment methods in 41 nations on 6 continents, highlighting the most important trends for companies operating in these markets.
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• Most popular Payment Methods in B2C E-Commerce, Market Share in %, 2010 & 2015f
(by Credit Card, Debit Card, Online Payment, Prepaid Card, Retail Credit Card)
• Payment Methods used for virtual Goods, in %, 2010
(by Completing Offers, Credit Card, Facebook Credits, Game specific stored Value Cards, PayByCash, PayPal, Payment via Mobile Phone, UltimatePay)
• Activities of Financial Services Company American Express, 2011
• Activities of Payment Company FirstData, 2011
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, 2009
(by Cash, Check, Credit Card, Debit Card, Transfer, Other)
• Online Payments made via Visa Cards, in USD billion, 2008-2009
• Activities of Online Payment Service Ukash in Argentina and Brazil, 2011
• Activities of Online Payment Services Firms DineroMail and MercadoPago, 2011
• Activities of GlobalCollect/PaySafeCard, 2010
• Most popular Payment Method for E-Commerce, in %, 2009
(by Boleto Bancario, Cash on Delivery, Credit Card, Direct Debit, Other)
• Mobile Payment Activities of MasterCard, 2010/2011
• Partnership between SafetyPay and BrasPag, 2010
• Partnership between PayPal and Terra, 2011
• Most preferred Online Payment Method, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Credit Card, Deposit/Online Transfer, Other)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card , Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal)
• Most preferred Payment Method for Distance Sales, including B2C E-Commerce, in %, 2009/2010
(by Bank Transfer, Credit Card, Other)
• Preferred Online Payment Methods of Internet Pure Players, 2009
(by Bancontact/Mister, Bank Transfer, Bank Transfer in Advance, Buttons of Belgian Banks, Cash on Delivery, Credit Card, iDeal, Other Online Channels)
• Preferred Payment Methods of all Distance Sellers, 2009
(by Advance Online Bank Transfer, Bancontact/Mister, Bank Transfer after Delivery, Buttons of Belgian Banks, Cash on Delivery, Credit Card, Financing & Company Cards, iDeal, Other Online Payment)
• Partnership between Auction Portal Locusto Aukcije and PayPal, 2011
• Online Shopping Payment Methods Usage, by Gender and Age, in %, 2010
(by Cash on Delivery, Cash Payment, Credit or Debit Cards over the Internet, Electronic Bank Transfer, Prepaid Account over the Internet, Other Payment Method)
• Most popular Payment Methods, Online Stores vs. Online Auctions, in %, 2010
(by Bank Transfer, Cash on Delivery, Other)
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Cash on Delivery, Credit Card, Dankort, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Services, Other)
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Card, Cash on Delivery, Installment Payments, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Services, Other)
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Card, Cash on Delivery, Installment Payment, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Services, Mobile Telephone, Other)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card, Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal)
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Card, Cash on Delivery, Installment Payment, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Services, Mobile Telephone, Other)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card, Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal)
• Preferred Form of Online Payment, in %, 2010
(by Credit Card, Direct Debit, Invoice, PayPal, Pre-Payment)
• Payment Methods offered in Online Shops, in %, 2010
(by Bank Transfer after Delivery, Cash on Delivery, ClickandBuy, Credit Card, Debit, Instant Bank Transfer, Prepayment, PayPal, Other)
• Payment Methods used by Online Shoppers, in % of Internet Users, 2010
(by Cash Card, Cash on Delivery, ClickandBuy, Credit Card, Direct Debit, Giropay, Installment Purchase, Invoice, Mobile Payment, Other account-based Payment Methods, Other Online Payment, Other Prepaid Payment, PayPal, Pre-Payment, PaySafecard, Sofortü, Other)
• Preferred Online Payment Method, in %, 2010
(by Card, Pay on Delivery, Other)
• Activities of Online Payment Company Realex, 2010/2011
• Mobile Payment Activities of Telefonica O2 Ireland, 2011
• Payment Methods used by Internet Shops, in %, 2010
(by Bank Transfer, Cash on Delivery, Credit Card, PayPal, Other)
• Payment Providers utilized by Internet Shops, in %, 2010
(by Banca Intensa Sanpaolo, Cartasi, Deutsche Bank, IWBank, Monte Paschi Siena, PayPal, Sella, Other)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card, Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card, Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal)
• Most popular Online Payment Systems, in %, 2010
(by Acceptgiro, Credit Cards, Credit Transfer, Direct Debit, iDEAL, PayPal)
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Bank Access, Card, Cash on Delivery, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Services, Other)
• Top Online Payment Companies by Internet Shop Use, in %, 2009
(by DialCom24, Dotpay, eCard, First Data Polska, PayPal Polska, PayU, Other)
• Availability and Popularity of Payment Methods in Internet Shops, in %, 2009
(by Bank Transfer, Card Payment, Micropayments per SMS, Payment in Installments, Payment upon Collection, Quick Internet Transfer, Others)
• Payment Methods used for Online Shopping, in %, 2010
(by ATM, Internet Banking, Payment on Delivery, Providing Details of a Card over the Internet)
• Online Payments via Bank Cards, in EUR million, Number of Transactions, in million, 2009-2010
• Share of Bank Cards on total Online Payments, in %, 2010
(by Bank Card Payments, Other)
• Value of the Electronic Payment Market, in RUB billion, 2009-2010
• Top 10 Banks whose Cards are used for Online Payment, by Share in %, Q3 2010
(by Alfa-Bank, Avangard Bank, Bank of Moscow, Citibank, Raiffeisen Bank, Rosbank, Sberbank, TransCreditBank, Uralsib, VTB24)
• Partnership between BayRu and ePaySystem, 2011
• Cooperation between Banks and Yandex.Money, 2010
• Expansion of Yandex.Money, 2011
• Mobile Payment Activities of Telenor, 2011
• Share of Consumers who use Cash on Delivery for E-Commerce, in %, 2010
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Card, Cash on Delivery, Installment Payment, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Service, Mobile Telephone, Other)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card, Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal)
• Payment Forms in Online Shopping, in % of Online Shoppers, 2009
(by Bank Transfer, Cash on Delivery, Credit/Debit Card, Direct Debit, Mobile, Pay as you go Card, PayPal, Shop Card, Other)
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Card, Cash on Delivery, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Services, Other)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cash, Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card, Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal)
• Payment Methods in Distance Selling, including B2C E-Commerce, in %, 2010
(by Credit Card, Debit Card, Invoice, Pre Payment)
• Most popular Payment Methods in B2C E-Commerce, 2010
(by Credit Card, Mobile Payment, Virtual Card)
• Mobile Payment through NFC Technology, 2010/2011
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, Q3 2010
(by Card, Cash on Delivery, Installment Payment, Internet Banking Transfer, Invoice, Micropayment Services, Mobile Telephone, Other)
• Preferred Payment Methods of Online Shoppers, in %, 2010
(by Cheque/Accept Giro, Credit Card, Debit/Payment Card, Electronic Bank Transfer, PayPal, Cash)
• Payment Methods used in B2C E-Commerce, in %, 2010
(by Cash on Delivery, Bank Transfer, Credit or Discount Card)
• Structure of Online Payments, in %, Q1 2010
(by Cable Television, Internet Services, Mobile Communication Services, Online Stores, Public Utilities Services, Services of Ukrtelecom)
• Top 5 Banks regarding Online Payment Volume, in %, Q2 2010
(by OTP Bank, Privat Bank, Raiffeisen Bank Aval, Ukreximbank, Ukrsotsbank, Others)
• Monthly Average of paying Bills online in ChinaIndonesia and Malaysia, in MYR, 2010
• Preferred Online Payment Methods of Internet Users, in %, 2009
(by Bankcard, Cash, Mail / Transfer Payment, Online Payment)
• Online Payment, by Number of Users and Penetration in %, Dec 2009 & June 2010
• Ever used and most used Payment Methods for B2C E-Commerce, in %, 2009
(by Credit Card, Debit Card / Internet Banking, Demand Draft, Mobile Payment, Place Order online and pay offline later, Prepaid Cash Cards)
• Activities of PayPal, 2011
• Payment Activities of Online Travel Company, 2011
• Activities of PayPal, 2010/2011
• Value of the Electronic Payment Market, in JPY trillion, 2005-2014f
• Breakdown of the Electronic Payment Market, by Payment Method, in %, 2009
(by Credit Card, Others)
• Activities of PayPal, 2010
• Activities of PayPal, 2011
• Cooperation between Singapore Airlines and PayPal, 2011
• B2C E-Commerce Transaction Value by Payment Method, in %, 2010
(by Credit Card, E-Money, Money Transfer, Other)
• Cooperation between PayEasy and PAYSBUY, 2010
• Activities of Advance mPay, 2010
• Partnership between Crudential Vietnam and Vietcombank, 2011
• Partnership between Vietinbank and Vietnam Airlines, 2011
• Share of Respondents who pay most of their Bills online, and Share who make Online Transfers, in %, 2011
• Online Payment Trends, 2011
• Preferred Payment Methods and Methods ever used of Online Shoppers, in %, 2011
(by Cash on Delivery, Cheque, Credit Card, Debit Card, Direct Debit, Direct Deposit, Pay at a physical Shop-Front, PayPal, POLi, Prepaid Credit Card, Telephone/Fax to pay by Credit Card)
• Most Preferred Payment Method of Online Shoppers, in %, 2009
(by Credit Card, Debit Card, Electronic Transfer, Other)
• Activities of, 2010
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