Mobile payments leaders battling it out in Europe

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The three largest names in the sector have made themselves known as PayPal, Square, and Intuit. The mobile payments market in Europe is finally starting to experience some meaningful growth in Europe and the United Kingdom, and the biggest names in that industry are starting to find themselves in a fierce competition. For instance, Intuit Pay has now finally been launched in the U.K. for card transactions over these devices. This is a market in which Intuit had not previously had a standing, but where it has now given itself…

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Mobile payments POS pilot launched by Intuit

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New system in the United Kingdom could offer some direct competition to Square. Intuit Inc. has announced that it is launching a new point of sale mobile payments pilot program for small businesses in the United Kingdom. The company will now be offering its GoPayment point of sale product to small businesses in the U.K. The new solution that is being launched is being called Intuit Pay. Its new offering will provide small businesses in the country the ability to process mobile payments both offline and online. The version being…

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Mobile payment feature now available with latest QuickBooks release

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Small retailers benefit from the opportunity to take provide greater convenience to smartphone consumers. The latest version of QuickBooks Point of Sale Pro 2013 New User w/ HW , is now giving small business retailers the opportunity to get into the mobile payments world both within their brick and mortar locations and outside their shop walls, without having to give up the powerful tools that they require in order to make sure that their businesses enjoy optimal operations. This most recent Intuit Inc. point of sale product was released on…

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Intuit announces acquisition of AisleBuyer to boost its mobile commerce offerings


In mobile commerce news today… Intuit has just announced on its Twitter account that it has acquired the startup company called AisleBuyer, which provides a service that allows consumers to order the products that they want directly from the merchant, instead of having to wait in lines at the store. AisleBuyer has since confirmed the acquisition on its blog, though neither company has disclosed the terms of the deal. It has been estimated that the purchase was for around $100 million. According to a the blog post, made by Andrew…

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