Tuition Payments Made Intuitive And Even On The Fly(wire)
School bells ring, school cash registers ring and cross-border payments can zing — if the right regulatory boxes are not checked off. Flywire’s CEO Mike Massaro spoke about the need for flexibility in cross-border transactions, with an eye on regulations and on reducing friction in the experience.
TSYS’ ProPay Gets Global Enhancements
In an announcement, ProPay said it can now facilitate these transactions across borders and across channels. Recipients of payments can get paid via globalEFT, wire, debit or prepaid card, and the solution enables real-time or expedited commissions transfers.
Behind Worldpay Acquisition, Vantiv’s Strategy For Payments, Globally
In a world where payment processing is slated to grow by as much as 33 percent annually over the next few years, as measured by Allied Market Research, the talent acquisition deal between Vantiv and Worldpay stands out. The August announcement spotlighted a firm with 21 billion annual B2B transactions under its belt (Vantiv), broadening reach and scale with the assumption of Worldpay, which will have international headquarters in London.
Making The Case For Mobile B2B Payments
The enterprise has been a bit skeptical about mobile payments. One exception may be in the T&E space, in which FinTechs are introducing ways for employees to make B2B payments and integrate transaction data into expense management systems, a reflection of the mobile nature of the traveling employee.
Flywire Helping Irish Schools Comply With New Regulations Around International Students
Flywire, a provider of cross-border payments and receivables solutions for businesses, schools and healthcare providers announced news on Tuesday (Aug. 28) that it is helping schools in Ireland comply with a recent government regulation regarding tuition payments made from outside Ireland.