How to Integrate With Apple Pay

Apple Pay is the mobile payment and digital wallet service from Apple that lets users make payments using an iPhone, Apple Watch, iPad or Mac. It was first launched in the US in October 2014, and has since rolled out in more than 20 countries worldwide.

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5 Reasons Retailers Should Have Their Own Digital Wallet

As online and mobile commerce channels continue to expand, and with emerging technologies and trends changing expectations of the in-store experience, brick-and-mortar retailers are being forced to re-evaluate their position, offering and approach.

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What is Apple Pay & How Does it Work?

Apple’s corporate history demonstrates a proven ability to shape consumer demand and drive mass adoption. The launch of Apple Pay in 2014, therefore, brought mobile contactless payments firmly into the mainstream.

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PNC puts the customer experience at the center of PNC Pay

A new feature within the bank's mobile app is more about customer control than payments.

Apple Pay Cash: A step in the right direction for mobile payments?

With its focus on premium influencers and its control over a large ecosystem, Apple is in a unique position to effect massive change where others cannot.

Mobile Payments Today: October's top reads

It's time for a look back at October's most-read articles and blog posts on Mobile Payments Today.

Stuzo, Bank of America Merchant Services seek to future-proof the retail customer experience

The two companies announced a collaborative partnership at Money20/20 to help merchants get a handle on how they can present the best customer experience going forward as consumers' behaviors and expectations continue to evolve thanks to emerging technology.

2017 a quiet year for true mobile wallets in US

In the weeks after Mobile Payments Today asked companies to supply information for last year’s Mobile Wallet Comparison Guide, a number of events happened in the industry that created a lot of buzz. This year? Not so much.

Money20/20 trends: AI, 'everyday commerce' and security

The bright lights of Las Vegas have gone out on Money20/20 for another year. As always, the event brought together the biggest names in payments and provided unprecedented insight into the future of financial services.

Mobile payments success can take different forms in the US

The payments industry needs a better barometer for how it measures success with mobile payments in the U.S. as the calendar approaches a new year.

Alipay puts emphasis on partnerships as merchant acceptance grows in North America

Souheil Badran, president of Alipay North America, spoke Sunday at the annual Money20/20 conference in Las Vegas to give attendees the current bird's-eye view of Alipay's operations outside of China.

How QR codes are changing e-commerce

The QR code – which has had a wild ride – is going to both speed up the e-commerce payment experience and make it more secure.

Mobile wallets: In a lull or never really a thing?

A study from JPMorgan Chase and Forrester Consulting concludes that both consumers and merchants are taking a break from adopting digital wallets as they wait for the "next wave of progress."

Watch highlights from this year's Bank Customer Experience Summit

Bank executives gathered in Chicago last month to listen to keynotes and panels about evolving consumers' expectations when it comes to their banking relationships.




Playing with the 'Pays': The bank approach to mobile payments

While there are pros and cons to a bank forging its own way with mobile payments outside the Pays, industry executives on a panel last month at the Bank Customer Experience in Chicago agreed financial institutions should be aware of, and explore, all developments in the industry.

In Depth: Payments industry was (mostly) quiet this summer

Mobile Payments Today takes a look back at the top stories from the past three months.

Contactless payments turn 10 in the UK

Since the introduction of contactless cards in September 2007, it has gradually become the payment method of choice for many consumers in the U.K as society gradually moves away from cash.

Will Amazon Go make cashiers and checkout lanes obsolete?

That question was the focus of a breakout session Tuesday at the fourth annual CONNECT Mobile CX Summit in Philadelphia. The answer is complicated, which is usually the case with emerging technology options.

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Near-field Communications (NFC) is a short-range high frequency wireless communication technology commonly used in contactless cards, mobile phones and passive RFID. Mobile payment applications include retail, public transportation ticketing and interactive advertising.

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