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Payment Processing News Merchants Need to Know Today

As we begin wrapping up of one our best years here at Aliant, we?ve rounded up some of this week?s biggest payments-related stories. Check out these important reads about what?s happening in the world of payment processing and merchant services!

Target stakes claim to mobile payments with Wallet

Target is the latest big-box retailer to add an in-store, mobile-payment feature to its app in a move that also combines the company’s digital coupon program into a single scan at checkout. The feature, called Wallet, is currently aimed at customers who have a Target REDcard, either credit or debit. Read the full article here.

TRENDING: Retail And The Power Of Real-Time Pricing

Ambitious retailers don?t want to stay locked in one place?they?d rather spread to new audiences, new product types and more ? and payments-powering companies are stepping up to give them the lift they need to reach these expansion dreams. This article features the latest insight from the CEO of AmeriCommerce, a major player in the eCommerce platform space, and the latest headlines from the space. Read the full article here.

Kroger adds Chase Pay mobile payments

In 2018 Kroger Co. will begin accepting mobile payments through Chase Pay in select retail markets and e-commerce programs. The agreement with Chase marks the Cincinnati-based retailer?s first foray into mobile payments. Walmart unveiled its own in-app mobile payment offering in 2015, and recently said its use could soon surpass that of Apple Pay. Read the full article here.

Nanopay launches B2B payments platform

Nanopay Corporation, a real-time payment platform that provides instant settlement across a variety of currencies, has announced a new solution to enable international trading partners to easily and securely process B2B payments between bank accounts. Read the full article here.

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