Ed Busby, who is the former chief commerce officer at Isis, believes consumer packaged goods companies represent the best chance for mobile payments.
Marcelo De Lima, vice president of marketing for Sequent Software, believes HCE can better connect the mobile consumer and retail stores.
Michelle Evans, consumer finance senior analyst at Euromonitor International, examines in a blog post the evidence that supports how offers drive mobile wallet use.
Jordan McKee, senior analyst for mobile payments at 451 Research Mobility Team (formerly Yankee Group), writes in a blog post about the opportunity for mPOS providers to offer products and services to larger merchants.
Simon Keates, principal consultant for mobile security at Thales e-Security, discusses some of the challenges involved with this technology.
Kristen Gramigna, CMO for BluePay, examines the consumer mobile wallet adoption problem.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez believes robust rewards could help such an initiative take off.
Ron Herman, Founder & CEO of Sionic Mobile, urges mobile-payment app providers to focus on the customer experience first.
Cherian Abraham from Experian Global Consulting examines how Apple might enable payments at the point-of-sale in the next iPhone.
Consumer adoption of mobile wallets continues to be held back by legacy point-of-sale systems and competing payment standards even though they provide an excellent payment experience for consumers.
Mobile Payments Today Editor Will Hernandez addresses one particular marketing issue that is backfiring on mobile wallet providers.
Cherian Abraham, who is the mobile commerce and payments lead at Experian Global Consulting, dives into what we could see happen in the next iPhone.
Noah Glass, Founder and CEO of Olo, believes mobile ordering will one day change this particular industry.
Tomasz Krajewski, head of commerce at eLeader, discusses the conditions needed in a country for Vodafone to find success with its mobile payment system.
ACI Worldwide's Mark Ranta thinks FIs should take it to another level.
Android might have the market share, but consumers spend more with Apple's system.
Top bank industry executives are all talking about Bitcoin’s threat to legacy payments systems, once they understand how it works. Will Bitcoin be the future of currency?
Remember the not-too-distant past when all of the talk in our industry was around who would win the mobile wallet war? Would it be the banks, the merchants or the third party providers? In the battle for supremacy, fast forward...
Despite the much publicized consumerization of IT and the growing domination of mobile in the online world, progress with mobile payments always seems pretty slow. Sure, we see high growth numbers but from a low user base.
Most Americans now own a smartphone and are using them to shop and eat out.