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Global fintech leader Airwallex has announced an integration with Xero, the global small business platform – to help Airwallex’s small-to-medium business (SMB) customers seamlessly reconcile their domestic and international payments, saving time and ensuring accuracy.
Airwallex and Visa debut Airwallex Borderless Cards for business – first major product announcement...
Airwallex recently announced the launch of the Airwallex Borderless Card for businesses, in partnership with Visa. Airwallex Borderless Cards is Airwallex’s first major product announcement since it achieved unicorn status last year after a hugely successful series C fundraising round.
Millennial-focused fintech Groupee is pioneering the social payments landscape, introducing a world-first, real-time payment app that allows groups of people to instantly share the cost of any purchase, anytime and anywhere that accepts Visa tap-and-go payments.
Melbourne based fintech startup Pelikin is gearing up to launch their mobile-only multi-currency account and prepaid Visa card, which aims to change the way young Australians travel.
Even businesses that conduct all their transactions online are not exempt from the law. With more companies looking to compete with giants like Amazon, there is a large retail market appearing on the Internet. The government is constantly enacting new laws and rules to adapt to the evolving environment.
As a nation, Australia ranked bottom of the table behind other nations including the US, Canada, Mexico, Ireland and Denmark when it comes to paying invoices.
Australian business owners have finally gotten an easy way to get paid for goods sold or services that they render due to the introduction of Square Invoices.
Although it’s still early in 2016, already we are seeing reports of point-of-sale (PoS) breaches around the world. Hilton Hotels was hit by a POS-related...
67% of APAC consumers cite quality of products and services as their top concern when it comes to making purchases online, according to Visa's new survey
Staring soon, Vodafone will hand out the highly coveted Samsung Galaxy SIII phones to 101 people to test the future of payments. Its vision of that future consists of contact-less checkouts, using an intelligent app loaded and a prepaid card worth up to $1,000 into the smartphone, and Visa’s payWave reader, backed by advanced processing technologies.