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Mobile payments took a large leap forward in the last 12 months, but there's still a lot this industry can strive to accomplish.
Tiago Soromenho, founder of Mozido's StickyStreet mobile loyalty solution, gives his view on why this is still a longstanding issue.
Three merchants discuss why they began accepting virtual currencies for payment – and how accepting bitcoin has changed their business.
Mark Ranta from ACI Worldwide believes payment apps need to focus on the experience and create new experiences that are meaningfully better than the ones we have today.
An array of virtual currencies are making their presence known.
Rob Stringer, the vice president of marketing and product development for Cortex MCP, gives us another glimpse into why the coffee giant does loyalty right.
The company's new service relies on the same security standards mobile network operators use to identify their customers.
John Hibel, director of marketing at Contact Solutions Inc., lays out the issues merchants face as consumers shop more on their smart devices.
Consumers now more than ever are using their smartphones and tablets to shop on Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
The company is partnering with direct carrier biller Bango to enable consumers to buy physical items and charge them to their monthly mobile bill.
It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Mobile Payments Today in November, and what we can learn from them.
Mehul Nayak, from Softweb Solutions, writes about what the future may hold for the Apple Watch, Google Glass and similar devices.
The mobile payments system diminishes the ability to track shopper behavior. This is among the reasons why some major retailers are not accepting it, writes the President and CEO of LoyaltyOne Inc. Bryan Pearson.
The rise of mobile has huge implications for how we manage our money. For banks to remain competitive, it’s essential for them to adopt a mobile-first strategy centered on the consumer experience, writes Monitise SVP of Sales & Operations Fırat İşbecer.
Presentation examines the checkout process, speed, security concerns and more.
The London-based firm is also establishing an office in Denver as it seeks to take advantage of the growing mobile financial services market in the states.
The technology should have maximum utility for consumers, such as ordering and loyalty; payment alone isn't enough.
As the lead sponsor for the St. Petersburg Bowl, the processor wants the area's merchants to be able to accept the cryptocurrency at their stores.
Dan Glessner, the chief marketing officer at Quisk, examines why this payment type can be useful to consumers.
A panel discussion at the recent Fast Casual Executive Summit examined why the restaurant industry needs to focus its efforts on emerging technologies.
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