1ClickCharge

1ClickCharge

An earlier Web payments service from 1ClickBrands, LLC., New York that specialized in premium digital content and micropayments. Similar to the E-ZPass system for highway tolls, 1ClickCharge required prepaid deposits charged on a credit card. It also provided complete back-end credit card processing for the merchant without requiring integration to the merchant's Web servers. See Web payments service.
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Because 1ClickCharge is 100% outsourced, merchants will quickly realize profits without the technical hassles typically associated with setting up their own Internet payment service.
The Internet segment results reflect the consolidated performance of majority-owned Internet companies, which during the first quarter of fiscal year 2000 included 1ClickCharge, Activerse, Adsmart, AltaVista, blaxxun, CMGI Solutions, Engage Technologies, iCAST, Magnitude Network, Nascent Technologies, NaviNet, NaviSite, Netwright, MyWay.
All three companies have signed letters of intent and are currently working with 1ClickCharge to provide integrated products and services for their customers.
com, has entered into a partnership with 1ClickCharge to provide premium content to Web merchants and consumers through 1ClickCharge(TM), a CMGI company (Nasdaq:CMGI).
at an exciting juncture as the company prepares to bring to market the 1ClickCharge service.
He was recruited as Senior Vice President, Business Development and Marketing for 1ClickCharge, which he profitably sold to CMGi for $35 million.
The first four ventures to be formed will involve Alta Vista, a major media and commerce network, Engage Technologies, a leading provider of profile-driven Internet marketing solutions, iCAST, a multimedia online entertainment company, and 1ClickCharge, a single-click Internet payment service.
5m capital into the company to build out the 1ClickCharge software now due early next year.
Along with our permission-based rules and tracking that automate prioritization by recipients of their most important digital packages, we will leverage BackWeb'Polite(TM)push technology to distribute timely, rich content without worrying about inconsistent bandwidth,"said Brian Smiga, president and CEO of Deliverex, who recently joined the company from 1ClickCharge, a CMGI company.
Cha says that with its 1ClickCharge software "if you are surfing information on a car and a banner is shown that says "Toyota Celica road test review, $4.