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punch card

(pŭnch kard),
A card on which data are stored by means of holes made in specified positions so that data can be sorted, processed, and analyzed; method still used in developing world.
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"Mastercard has already proven themselves to be true stewards of the League of Legends community.
Ted Rossman, an analyst with CreditCards.com, said Mastercard is likely motivated to be viewed more as a "technology company" than a simple "card company."
OpenText is pleased to partner with Mastercard to help automotive enterprises transform finance related information flows, eliminate friction in the trading process and conduct mutually beneficial transactions with the right suppliers at the right time to meet and exceed production goals.
Merchants that enable the click-to-pay standard with Mastercard will automatically get access to an added layer of security through tokenization and NuData, a Mastercard artificial intelligence and machine learning technology.
As card and digital payments grow the use of cash and personal checks decreases, a trend which could be called the "war on cash." Several catalysts are driving this war on cash, directly leading to higher use of the Mastercard network, including e-commerce, mobile payments, and more acceptance of card and digital payment at physical points-of-sale.
Khalid Saad, CEO of Bahrain FinTech Bay, said: "Bahrain FinTech Bay continues to strategically grow its local and international ecosystem and the partnership with Mastercard, one of the world's leading technology companies and most recognizable brands will go a long way in such growth.
Mastercard has one of the most recognizable brand logos in the world and people recognize it even without the name.
While MasterCard branding may be changing, Dastoor says what the logo represents remains-and has remained-constant.
The Mastercard melody is the foundation of the company's sound architecture and will extend to many assets, from musical scores, sound logos and ringtones, to hold music and point-of-sale acceptance sounds.
In addition, the company will showcase its new sonic brand at the Mastercard Sensory Lab at Fred Segal, a one-of-a-kind space filled with interactive experiences and exclusive merchandise from Joe Freshgoods and KYLE that will engage visitorsaACAO senses and bring the brand to life in an entirely new way.
'Reinvention in the digital age calls for modern simplicity,' said Raja Rajamannar, chief marketing and communication officer at Mastercard. 'And with more than 80 percent of people spontaneously recognizing the Mastercard Symbol without the word 'mastercard,' we felt ready to take this next step in our brand evolution.
The interlocking red and yellow circles, referred to as the Mastercard Symbol, will now stand on its own across cards using the red and yellow brand mark, acceptance marks at retail locations both in the physical and digital worlds, and major sponsorship properties.