Posts tagged: utilities

Which industries Need the Most GDPR education?

Colin McMahon
 Nov 13, 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is not new. In development for over four years, the laws associated with this act recently went into effect in May 2018. Designed for the EU, the GDPR is focused on the issue of consumer privacy in the digital age. Specifically, it holds organizations that collect consumer data more accountable for said information, and gives the consumer more power in determining exactly which data is collected. Obtaining informed consent is also a priority.

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Mint Bills Changes Its Business Model for Billers

Matt Swain
 Jun 23, 2015

Mint Bills has a new business model for billers who want to offer customers mobile bill pay.

We have been following Mint Bills since it was a fast-growing startup named Pageonce, when it rebranded to Check, and when Intuit acquired the company and later rebranded it to Mint Bills. We recently caught up with Steve Schultz, General Manager of the Biller Network for Mint Bills, to discuss how the company is doing with its new identity and expanded support structure, as well as to discuss its new business model for billers.

First off, tell us how things have been going since the acquisition and rebranding last year?

Check was already growing fast ahead of the acquisition by Intuit and rebranding to Mint Bills. It’s been about a year now and our metrics have doubled in most categories, including payment volume, payments, payers, and accounts. This is only partially from biller growth. We also have Read more »

Intuit Rebrands Check to Mint Bills

Matt Swain
 Dec 16, 2014

Recent Intuit acquisition Check will now be known as Mint Bills.

When the mobile bill pay company’s acquisition was announced earlier this year, Check co-founder and CEO Guy Goldstein noted that his team looked forward to merging their “talent, mobile mindset and spirit of innovation with Intuit to build products that delight consumers and become a part of their everyday financial lives.” This rebranding helps to publicly solidify that intent to integrate the services.

Intuit has simultaneously used this opportunity to refresh the Mint logo, with each of its products having a subtle difference in the colored line in the leaf to distinguish them from one another. Read more »

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