Milwaukee-based Quick Fuel has signed on with Comdata to add the Brentwood-based company's fuel site controller and radio frequency identification technologies to its fuel card system. The deal adds more than 50 automated fuel stations to Comdata's network.
Local credit card manufacturer EFT Source has recruited an expert in chip-based payment cards to help it prepare for the U.S. rollout of that technology, which looks to be gathering steam in the wake of the data breaches at Target and elsewhere. Dmitry Tarusov comes to the company from German company Giesecke & Devrient and also has worked at Threshold Financial Technologies.
“The recent data breaches have increased the discussion around EMV and created a new sense of urgency for its implementation, however there is still no step-by-step plan in place and many unanswered questions,” said Bill Dinker, president of EFT Source. “Dmitry’s experience and comprehensive knowledge of EMV and its outlying considerations offset the unknown. His expertise will be invaluable to us and the customers we serve as the industry’s migration approaches.”
Trust One, the Atlanta-based payment processor owned by Greg Daily's Charge Payment, has hired a vice president of operations who has stints at WorldPay and divisions of Chase on his resume. Daily says the addition of Michael Campbell will give his team bench strength ahead of more expected acquisitions. Charge Payment bought Trust One in January and a New York company this summer.
Electronic payments processor Comdata has teamed up with a North Carolina company that automates invoices and other accounts payable processes. Combined, the companies say they can offer clients savings of up to 60 percent on their processing costs.
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