IP Payments in the media

Mansfield steps up pace of eftpos evolution

Banking Day on 10 April 2014

Mansfield said that since the announcement in May last year that eftpos was to start working with secure mobile transactions technology specialist, C-SAM, to develop a “proof of concept” for a range of mobile payment options, his company has been working with other technology providers, notably IP Payments.

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ASB Business customers set to benefit from new technology partnership

ASB on 16th December 2013

ASB has today announced the launch of a major project with technology company IP Payments to develop a service offering called Integrated Receivables. This new service will help businesses simplify the accounts receivable process, reduce costs and improve efficiency.

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Australian payment providers to add MasterPass
Computerworld on 20th August 2013

MasterCard has announced deals with 16 Australian payment providers to provide MasterPass as a digital payment option to their merchant and enterprise customers.

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VIDEO: IP Payments on Why Its Playstation Payments Solution Deserved an iAward
Bank innovation on 24th June 2013

IP Payments, a payments company in Australia and New Zealand, recently was tasked with setting up the payments system for Quickflix, which is the local version of Netflix. IP had specific challenges adapting its payments solution to PlayStation’s diverse channels. This month, the final effort won the company an iAward, the leading technology awards in Australia. In the following video, an IP Payments executive details the company’s efforts.

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Deloitte 2012 Technology Fast 500 APAC results
Deloitte on 7th December 2012

This year’s top ten company’s average three-year growth rate was 5,209 percent, down on 2011’s 6,949 percent. China and Taiwan contribute a total of five companies to the top ten, South Korea provides two companies, and …

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Many may escape sanction in cards scam
Banking Day on 30th November 2012

After allegedly compromising the credit card details of 500,000 Australian bank customers, 16 Romanian nationals have been arrested in a global anti-fraud action driven by the Australian Federal Police…

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Deloitte 2012 Technology Fast 50 Australia results

Deloitte on 15th November 2012

It’s great to see smart, knowledge-based businesses succeeding and thriving. At UK Trade & Investment we’ve helped many clever Australian Tech companies like IP Payments, Funnelback and Dtex expand their businesses using Britain as a platform to world markets…

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Should you be notified when your privacy is breached?

BRW on 23rd October 2012

To tell or not to tell. That is the question companies and large government agencies may soon be asking themselves every time the data they hold is potentially compromised. The federal government is currently contemplating imposing mandatory notification laws for data breaches…

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Payments networks suffer costly cyber attacks – but don’t tell anyone

Exchange Daily on 23rd October 2012

Should the reporting of cyber attacks be made compulsory? Mandatory data breach notification is again in the spotlight following the release of a government discussion paper on the issue. Response to date has been mixed…

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Data breaches return to spotlight
iTWire on 1st October 2012

Mandatory data breach notification is again in the spotlight following the release of a Government discussion paper on the issue. Response to date has been mixed…

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Quickflix seeks to keep Netflix out of Australia
Computerworld on 17th October 2012

Quickflix is moving “as fast as we can” to stay ahead of competition, says chief innovation officer…

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Quickflix outsourced payments to firm up position in Australia
ZDNet on 17th October 2012

In a bid to discourage competitors like Netflix from entering Australia, Quickflix decided to expand its movie streaming service to multiple devices, but found it hard to manage customer payments. It decided to seek help from IP Payments…

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PCI compliance awareness lacking in finance world: Survey
CIO on 11th September 2012

Some Australian chief financial officers have still not heard of PCI (Payment Card Industry) standards created by MasterCard and Visa despite coverage of data breaches, according to the findings of a survey…

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CFOs confused on card security
Financial Review on 11th September 2012

Customer data breaches commonMore than three quarters of senior finance executives and directors have never heard of a compulsory merchant global credit card security standard even though it has existed for almost a decade, according to a survey…

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Customer data breaches common
Banking Day on 11th September 2012

The experience of unauthorised access to customer information may be more common in Australian business than is generally assumed, according to new research…

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PCI Compliance awareness lacking in finance world: Survey
Computer World on 11th September 2012 Some Australian chief financial officers have still not heard of PCI (Payment Card Industry) standards created by MasterCard and Visa despite coverage of data breaches, according to the findings of a survey…

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IP Payments: Securing Cashflow And Business Reputations
Business Computing World on 23rd August 2012

This is a challenging time for UK businesses. In the current economic environment the banks’ reluctance to lend is forcing businesses to better manage cash flow. There is a real need for solutions that help companies improve their cash flow…

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Reserve Bank needs to spell out access rules for its new payments hub
Banking Day on 4th July 2012

IP Payments, which provides technology to facilitate A$12 billion worth of payments each year in Australia, has called on the Reserve Bank to be more explicit about exactly who might be able to connect to its proposed payments hub…

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IP Payments takes innovation to the European stage
Fast Thinking on 3rd July 2012

IP Payments, a leading Australian innovator in corporate payment and Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance solutions, is anchoring on UK shores to help businesses tackle cash flow and secure payments…

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Cashflow accelerator speeds to UK
iTWire on 3rd July 2012

Sydney based payments technology business IP Payments – whose systems handle $12 billion worth of payments each year in Australia – has opened an office in London as it kicks off the first phase of its international expansion…

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Call for mandatory data breach notifications renewed
Computerworld Australia on 16th March 2012

Australian consumers are facing unnecessary cyber security risks thanks to the ongoing lack of mandatory data breach notification laws…

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Aussie banks expose credit card details
ZDNet.com.au on 11th February 2011

Australia’s biggest banks are posting credit card numbers in clear view on mailed customer statements in a direct violation of credit card security regulations…

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Hackers Play Dirty with Lush Soaps
BNET Australia on 16th February 2011

Cosmetics firm Lush had their Australian and New Zealand websites hacked this week. Only last month their UK website was hit. Mark Lewis, one of the founders of IP Payments, says in today’s BTalk podcast that they almost certainly didn’t meet PCI DSS compliance…

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IP Payments grows its team
ITwire on 13th July 2011

IP Payments is going from strength to strength. Given our continous growth we have recently announced a number of new staff members including a new CFO…

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