Cardinal Commerce is the world leader in remote commerce, using a variety of devices and platforms such as internet and mobile phones.
Recently they announced that they have secured additional patents in the U.S. and Australia, for intellectual property protection. Currently they hold 25 issued patents and about 60 patent pending applications.
The Australian patent office and the United States patent office have awarded patents 2006309231 and US 8,140,429 B2 respectively. These patents help protect the concept of enabling payment brands that use authentication, either directly or through gateways, shopping carts, processors, web terminals, order management or airline reservation systems.
“We have worked with Cardinal for more than a decade to create, strengthen, and grow their globally protective intellectual property portfolio,” said Patrick R. Roche of Fay Sharpe LLP, a nationally prominent intellectual property law firm. “From inception, Cardinal had the foresight to invest in their technology and intellectual property. We are comfortable that its portfolio is broad, comprehensive and expanding. With these two patents in particular, the claims bolster Cardinal’s coverage to more specifically include suppliers of services to merchants and further extend the company’s protection to a broader range of transaction types.”
Cardinal Commerce has its headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio and services a worldwide customer base, with offices and facilities in the United States, Europe and Africa.
CardinalCommerce has been a pioneer in the remote payments industry since 1999 and is a branded global leader in enabling authenticated payment transactions in the electronic commerce and remote commerce markets.
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