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Mobile Payments Today recently conducted a Q&A with a Sequent Software executive to discuss some issues regarding how HCE affects the mobile-payments industry going forward.
As consumer adoption of mobile devices approaches 100 percent, mobile identity can become more useful than passwords, physical identifications, or any other mechanism to verify identity.
Fast casual and QSR establishments are upgrading the customer experience with more digital touch points.
Tim Hackbardt, VP of Marketing for BJ's Restaurants, talks about the many ways the chain's mobile app improves the customer experience.
Merchants have until October to make the switch to POS terminals that accept chip cards. Many industry executives expect proximity mobile payments to get a boost since the new terminals also have contactless technology.
Jordan McKee, senior analyst for mobile payments for the 451 Research Mobility Team, writes in a blog post about the opportunity for payment service providers to push mobile payments with small merchants as a reason to upgrade terminals for the EMV shift.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez shares his thoughts on the current market.
Len Dudis describes SeaWorld's folio approach to guest payments via its mobile app.
FIs are learning that taking a value-added approach to the mobile channel can help dial up customer engagement and stickiness.
Alex Hum takes a deeper dive into some of the new aspects of the latest P2P offering.
Bradley Cooper, who is the Technology Editor at Networld Media Group, takes a dive into the cryptocurrency and offers a high-level view of the market.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in March, and what we can learn from them.
Dan Glessner, the chief marketing officer at Quisk, examines how some countries are marching towards a world where cash is obsolete.
Jim Maholic, vice president of industry consulting for Hitachi Consulting, discusses how Apple can change mobile payments like it did for other industries.
Eric Buckner, Senior Product Manager - Mobile for Sears Holdings, discusses where to start when considering a mobile loyalty program.
Veridu, a London-based ID verification company, believes a consumer's social media profiles can serve as an effective way to calculate risk.
Clayton Chan, COO for San Francisco Soup Company, discusses the restaurant chain's use of BLE beacons.
Mike Gardner, CEO of Recombo, examines the differences between the U.S. and Europe when it comes to verifying consumers to use mobile wallets.
Josh Glantz, senior vice president of Mobiquity Networks, gave his take on what's needed for mobile wallets to grow consumer adoption.
The Seattle-based company at the moment enables consumers in the U.S. to send funds to family and friends in India and the Philippines.
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