Eseye’s technology connects industrial, vending, banking and smart city customers globally, but how well does it work in practice? Well enough for even the most challenging environments and for eWaterPAY and Eseye to win the Global Mobile Awards 2018 for the Outstanding Mobile Contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Starbucks is responsible for developing one of the most successful mobile payments application so far. It has over 16 million active users, accounting for over 25% of in-store sales.
Despite mobile fraud growing by 81% between 2011 and 2015, nearly four out of ten merchants (38.5%) say their biggest challenge managing fraud risk in the mobile channel is figuring out if they even have a mobile fraud problem in the first place.
Aarhus, Denmark – Responding to increasing demand for mobile payments, e-security expert Cryptomathic has upgraded its EMV flagship issuing solution, CardInk, to enable customers to issue payment applications to smartphones and other mobile devices. The upgrade sees CardInk supporting MasterCard Mobile PayPass™ and Visa Mobile requirements.
Istanbul, Turkey – Turkcell, Turkey’s leading communication and technology company, has launched the first mobile payment system for public transportation in Turkey, through the integration of Turkcell Wallet and Urfakart.
Atlanta, Georgia, USA (BUSINESS WIRE) — CorFire™, the mobile commerce business of SK C&C USA, is providing mobile wallet capabilities to Vodafone Group, enabling Vodafone’s customers to use their smartphones to conduct a number of transactions,
London, UK. August 1, 2012 – Near field communication (NFC), the promising mobile (m)-payment technology, has not created the revenue-generating opportunities the telecom industry expected. So says, a new report from analysts Frost & Sullivan.
RACO Wireless, a machine-to-machine (M2M) provider for T-Mobile USA, Inc., today announced that Apriva, a provider of end-to-end wireless transactions and secure information solutions, will utilise RACO Wireless to support Apriva’s Point of Sale (POS) customers that use 2G payment terminals.
Lisbon, Portugal – A new survey of communication service providers (CSPs) shows that 48% expect machine-to-machine (M2M) communications to have the most positive impact on their business over the next two years. WeDo Technologies, a provider of business and revenue assurance, surveyed over 100 representatives from 47 CSPs worldwide
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