REDWOOD CITY, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/02/13 -- i2c, Inc., a provider of payment processing and emerging commerce solutions, provided the enabling technology behind Casino Journal's 2012 "Most Innovative Gaming Technology." i2c's client, Sightline Interactive, recently took top honors at the annual competition which every year recognizes the gaming industry's most cutting-edge technology products.
The winning innovation, Sightline Interactive's Loyalty Card Plus product, is a general purpose reloadable prepaid card that works in conjunction with existing gaming loyalty programs. It was chosen by a panel of judges out of more than 70 product entries for being a "highly innovative product" that "allows for exceptional convenience for the player." The Loyalty Card Plus card is powered i2c's payment processing platform, MCP.
Kirk Sanford, Founder and chief executive officer of Sightline Payments, parent company of Sightline Interactive, said, "The Loyalty Card Plus product is revolutionizing payments, loyalty and gaming entertainment for gaming operators and consumers. By using a processing platform like i2c's, we are able to utilize the latest loyalty, mobile and consumer communication technology to create value for all stakeholders."
About i2c, Inc.
i2c, Inc. provides the infrastructure financial institutions, corporations, brands and governments need to launch and profitably manage payment and next-generation commerce products. Its global-ready product suite encompasses card-based, virtual and mobile payments, loyalty and back office solutions. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, i2c supports clients on five continents from six sales and support offices worldwide. Visit i2cinc.com for more information.
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