Slideshow 11 Major Mergers in Payments Technology

  • February 01 2013, 4:50pm EST

Thanks to Berkery Noyes for contributing to this list. (Image: ThinkStock)

ACI Worldwide, Online Resources

ACI signed a deal to buy Online Resources, which owns the Princeton eCom bill payment business, for $265 million. (Image: ThinkStock)

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FIS, mFoundry

FIS, which already owned 22% of the mobile banking and payments provider mFoundry, is spending about $120 million to own the whole thing. (Image: ThinkStock)

Ingenico, Ogone

The French terminal maker Ingenico is paying $484 million to buy Ogone, an online payment company. Ingenico says Ogone will help it expand outside Europe. (Image: ThinkStock)

NCR, uGenius

NCR in late December bought uGenius Technology, a provider of video banking software, in which it already owned a minority stake. It did not disclose the price it paid. NCR earlier entered deals to buy software providers Retalix Ltd. and Radiant Systems Inc. (Image: Bloomberg News)

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Fiserv, Open Solutions

Fiserv paid $55 million to buy Open Solutions in January, picking up core banking, account processing and many other products and services. The deal increased the audience for Fiserv's payment products, which include CheckFree RXP, the ACCEL/Exchange network and Popmoney. (Image: ThinkStock)

Diebold, Altus

Diebold in October purchased Altus, a multivendor service provider based in Ankara, Turkey. Diebold did not disclose what it paid. (Image: Bloomberg News)


eBay's PayPal uses's technology with the PayPal Here card acceptance app to allow the phone's camera to scan cards. A few months after PayPal unveiled Here, it bought Pictured: PayPal President David Marcus (Image: Bloomberg News)

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Global Payments, Accelerated Payment Technologies

The processor Global Payments agreed to pay $413 million for Accelerated Payment, which serves small and midsize merchants in industries such as dental, medical, pharmacy and veterinary. (Image: ThinkStock)

Vantiv, Litle

Vantiv, formerly Fifth Third Processing, paid $361 million for the e-commerce payment processor Litle & Co. in December. (Image: ThinkStock)

Cardtronics, Can-Do-Cash

The ATM operator Cardtronics purchased Can-Do-Cash, a Canadian ATM services company, in December for an undisclosed amount. The deal complements Cardtronics' 2011 purchase of Canada's Mr. Cash ATM Network. (Image: ThinkStock)

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Monitise, Clairmail

London-based Monitse bought San Rafael, Calif.-based Clairmail in June, giving the buyer a greater presence in the U.S. for its mobile banking and payments services. (Image: ThinkStock)