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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.
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.
John Hibel, director of marketing at Contact Solutions Inc., lays out the issues merchants face as consumers shop more on their smart devices.
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.
Presentation examines the checkout process, speed, security concerns and more.
The technology should have maximum utility for consumers, such as ordering and loyalty; payment alone isn't enough.
A panel discussion at the recent Fast Casual Executive Summit examined why the restaurant industry needs to focus its efforts on emerging technologies.
This equates to 254 million mobile users making five payments per month at an average of slightly less than $9 per transaction.
Cubic Transportation Systems will supply area local transit operators Chicago Transit Authority, suburban bus operator Pace, and Metra, the commuter rail system, with an integrated mobile application and system.
Some 47 percent of mobile users in the U.K. would like to use their mobile phone more to pay for physical or quasi-physical goods and services.
The Global NFC Transaction Market is expected to post a staggering CAGR of 47.47 percent from 2015-2019.
Square also announced over 40 percent of its payment volume comes from sellers who process over $125,000 a year.
Apple Pay is expected to drive NFC purchases together with a host of anticipated deployments by banks using solutions based on HCE technology.
Survey found some 30 percent of respondents want to use the mobile wallets but are unsure where they're accepted.
A new report from Mercator Advisory Group considers opportunities in real-time payments for US service vendors and financial institutions.
Yes, you read that right. What's more, the mobile network provider predicts that units will exceed 6.1 billion by 2020.
Only 21 percent of Canadian shoppers reported making a mobile payment online and in-store in the past six months, according to GfK survey.
Accenture survey finds that 40 percent of consumers in Canada and the U.S. have used their smartphone to make a payment at a merchant location.
According to a new survey, 82 percent plan to spend the same amount or more on holiday spending as compared to last year, while just 18 percent plan on scaling back and spending less.
NFC-based Apple Pay and host card emulation technology will drive awareness and acceptance, a Juniper Research report says.
Criminals Christmas-shop, too. Data analysts at Feedzai say last November was big for fraud, but this November will be bigger yet.
Mobile-commerce merchants can leverage features for the holiday shopping season.
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