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Tyler Technologies | March 31, 2022
Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) today announced that the state of Mississippi has extended its contract for Tyler’s award-winning digital government and payments services. The two-year extension builds upon the existing 11-year relationship with Tyler’s subsidiary, NIC.
Throughout Mississippi, NIC currently provides more than 100 state and local government entities with over 340 digital government services, including online hunting and fishing licenses, driver ser...
Paymentology | December 07, 2021
In a move upending the hottest part of the fintech market, two of the world’s leading issuer processors – Paymentology and Tutuka – are merging to create a new payments and card processing powerhouse.
Operating under the Paymentology name, the merger creates a new force in payment solutions; giving banks and fintechs the technology, team and experience to issue and process Mastercard, Visa and UnionPay cards, across 49 countries.
The move brings to...
Citi Commercial | February 07, 2020
Citi Commercial Cards has teamed up with conversational AI firm Interactions to roll out an intelligent virtual agent (IVA) feature to its US call centres. The IVA tool uses Interactions’ Adaptive Understanding technology, which provides a blend of AI and real-time human understanding. With the support of humans, the IVA uses advanced conversational AI to understand languages, accents and dialects as well as to make sense of a customer’s word choice and the respective intent based on...
Google | April 20, 2020
Google could soon follow Apple in launching its own branded payments card, according to TechCrunch.
The tech giant is developing physical and virtual debit cards that would be co-branded with financial services players, including Citi and Stanford Federal Credit Union.
These two firms were floated in a November Wall Street Journal report on a possible Google checking account, code-named Cache.
Cache was initially expected to launch early this year but has yet to materialise ...
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