Capriza secures payment standard and Yorkshire Building Society customer win
A couple of notes from enterprise mobility software provider Capriza this week: the company has announced it has achieved level one compliance with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) data security standard, while also securing a customer win in the form of Yorkshire Building Society (YBS).
The PCI DSS, a global standard for providing security and privacy for accepting, storing, processing and transmitting payment card information, and goes alongside the Palo Alto company’s existing ISO 27001 certification. “Achieving level one PCI compliance is an important milestone in our enterprise mobility strategy and demonstrates our commitment to ensuring that mobile payment data is exchanged securely,” said Ronnen Armon, Capriza co-founder in a statement.
Elsewhere YBS, which has 4,500 employees and 3.2 million customers, is using Capriza to help deliver its existing website content in a mobile format.
“YBS recognised the need to adapt the multi-channel customer experience to the demands of modern mortgage applicants and savers,” said Russell Acton, VP and GM international at Capriza. “In today’s financial services markets, user interfaces that provide better experiences for customers regardless of the device they are using are a winning formula. Together we are creating a cost-effective, winning platform for one of the UK’s leading financial services organisations.”
Last October Capriza launched their ‘universal micro apps’, which aim to help organisations more quickly mobilise their internal procedures, being based around common approvals processes, such as purchase orders, invoices and expenses, and can attach to any legacy back end, similar to Sapho, who announced a $14 million series B funding round earlier this week. Capriza itself grabbed $23 million in a series C extension back in July.
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