Blog 2017-02-17T01:42:54+00:00

Switch CEO, Chris Hopen Talks Voice-first Revolution at VOICE Summit July 26th

The annual VOICE Summit conference is taking place this month and has us looking back at how technology has evolved. 15 years ago, we could have never imagined the possibility of using our voice to ask a computer to do something, have it understand us, and then perform an action. Today, in a world full of natural language processing, we have not [...]

Virtual Cards: All of your questions answered!

  We recently made an announcement about Virtual Cards and how CardSavr™ API will help card issuers reach Top of Wallet™. We now want to take the opportunity to answer the most common questions about Virtual Cards. Why do we need Virtual Credit Cards? No one wants to deal with credit card fraud; from issuer to merchant, to user, this process is [...]

Our New CardSavr API

We unveiled our new CardSavr API at the end of February and we're excited about its progress and the feedback we’re receiving! Following positive response from early adopters, strategic partner feedback, we recognized an opportunity to leverage Switch's core technology into the development of CardSavr. Our first-of-its-kind API empowers all card issuers with the ability to ensure new and reissued cards are [...]

2017 Switch Recap

2017 was a busy year for our team at Switch; as we move forward, let’s review where we've been in our 2017 Switch Recap. First, a quick thank you to all our users for your feedback. We couldn't make Switch the easiest way to securely manage your passwords and payments without you! We Launched Early Access We started early in the [...]

Equifax Data Breach Impacts Millions

Equifax, one of the three largest credit reporting companies, announced last week that the personal information of 143 million Americans was accessed by hackers who exploited a vulnerability in the company’s website.  The information gained by the hackers included names and social security numbers.  Reports indicate 209,000 consumer credit card numbers were stolen.  What's worse?  Many of those affected are not [...]

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