TrustCommerce Turns 15

This year marks TrustCommerce’s 15th anniversary. When e-commerce was in infancy, TrustCommerce was born out of a need to secure electronic payments. In a Wild West of sorts, TrustCommerce was a pioneer of tokenization and encryption to ensure that electronic payments were protected at the point of entry, through transit, and stored securely.

Spring Event Schedule 2015

We are hitting the road this spring. Make sure to visit with us when we are in your neighborhood.

Self-Storage Association (SSA) Spring Conference & Trade Show

March 11-13, 2015 — Washington, DC Area

 

Parking Industry Exhibition 2015

March 29 – April 1, 2015 — Chicago

15 years trust commerce

TrustCommerce Celebrates 15th Anniversary as Payments Industry Leader

IRVINE, California, February 3, 2015—TrustCommerce® , a leading provider of secure payment solutions, achieves a significant milestone in its company history, celebrating 15 years of payments and security excellence.

Founded in 2000, TrustCommerce was conceived by e-commerce pioneers who had the vision to create a payment processing platform that would not be plagued by the instability, hard-to-use interfaces, and unresponsiveness typical of the industry at that time.

Winter Event Schedule 2015

Brave the elements and come see us at these winter events. We look forward to seeing partners, clients, and meeting new faces. NRF Retail’s Big Show 2015 January 11-14, 2015 – New York City Winter 2015 GE Health Care Western Region Users Group Conference February 12-13, 2015 – Universal City, California Winter 2015 GE Health Care Centricity Business Users…

On Your Radar: Apple Pay™

The big news in payments these days is Apple Pay™. Rolling out with the new iPhones, Apple Pay is a mobile payment method offered by Apple that leverages Near Field Communication (NFC). Similar to Google Wallet, it gives iPhone® 6, iPhone® 6 Plus, and Apple Watch™ users a contactless way to pay via credit card for retail transactions and in-app purchases. Consumers simply wave their phone in front of the reader to initiate payment. No more carrying a big thick wallet—the cards are in the phone.