(Updated. This story was originally posted 5/4/07)

Vivotech, a maker of software to allow payments with radio frequency-enabled credit cards, debit cards, or other wireless devices, has raised a third round of capital in the “double-digit millions” of dollars.

(Update: More concretely, it has raised around $19.9 million, according to regulatory filings cited by PE Week. It has only drawn $15 million of that money so far.)

The investment was led by First Data Corp. Previous investors Alloy Ventures, Nokia Growth Partners and Draper Fisher Jurvetson also participated. Vivotech is based in Santa Clara, Calif.

The deal was mentioned on the company’s Web site, but VentureWire provided further details (sub required).