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Paymark signs deal with Kiwi fintech startup Aider
“The data Paymark collects is a gold mine for small business owners – they just need to be able to access it on-the go simply by asking, that’s where Aider comes in."
NZ's online merchants can now offer Google Pay
With Google Pay, customers will be able to speed through checkout with just a few clicks."
Kiwi adoption of contactless payments driving merchant growth
The study shows that for contactless merchants, growth in customer numbers (8.3%) was double that experienced by non-contactless merchants (3.5%).
Fintech Innovation Challenge finalists announced
Each finalist will have six minutes to present, followed by a four-minute Q&A session with a panel of industry experts.
Auckland's Paymark sold to French company for $190 million
Paymark is a specialist electronic transaction processing company based in Auckland.
Paymark & TNS team up to boost New Zealand payments infrastructure
This network includes 140,000 EFTPOS terminals across 80,000 merchants and sees approximately 1.2 billion transactions worth $60 billion carried each.
Five reasons you should attend The Point 2016
On 8 & 9 November, Auckland will host financial services & payments professionals, Kiwi fintech startups & international experts at The Point 2016.
The Point 2016 – an A to Z of digital disruption in payments
Find out how the payments industry is being disrupted at The Point 2016, New Zealand’s only industry-wide payments conference.
Calling all fintech startups – get in front of key players, potential partners and investors
If you’re part of a fintech startup with the potential to transform the financial services industry, then Payments NZ wants to help you.
Paymark takes EFTPOS payment online
"Online EFTPOS is a natural progression of a payment method first introduced in 1989 and now well embedded in Kiwi day-to-day life."
NZ makes 11 billionth electronic transaction
Were you responsible for the 'one in a billion' landmark transaction in February?