Waspit's Danielle Dalkie talks about her company's mobile payments/NFC solution, as well as her company's unusual name.
Mobile Payments Today sat down with Kount CEO Brad Wiskirchen and COO Rich Stuppy to talk about this year’s results, and about trends that are influencing the market now.
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Consumers are increasingly turning to their phones for purchases, with the carrier billing charges to the customer directly. Kolja Reiss of mopay talked about the state of the paradigm at the recent mobile payments conference in Chicago.
BOKU's Eliana Sur talks about following the money when it comes to customers paying for goods and services through their mobile service provider.
At the recent mobile payments conference in Chicago, Brad Cyprus with Vendor Safe talked about how retailers can stay right with security guidelines when it comes to NFC payments.
Lance Ning from ID Tech showed some of his company's mobile swiping technology at the recent mobile payments conference in Chicago. Applications include line-busting, off-site retailing and more.
Mocapay's Aaron Wald talks about the integration of mobile loyalty and marketing as part of an overall mobile solutions strategy.
Among other topics, Oscar Munoz from CHARGE Anywhere discussed the evolution and state of mobile payments at the recent conference in Chicago.
At the recent mobile payments conference in Chicago, MagTek's Andy Deignan and Mimi Hart talked about the company's Qwick Codes.
Conference organizer Melissa Morrissey talks about the genesis of the mobile payments event, its success this year and her plans for 2012.
This short video is from The Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP), a policy think-tank working on helping the world's poor gain financial access. It looks at M-PESA, a mobile payment product launched in Kenya in 2007 by Vodafone...
Micros and Tabbed Out showed their smartphone-based check-payment solution at NRA's International Restaurant Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago.
This Frank Mayer & Associates kiosk serves travelers by drawing them to a Hudson International News airport store for free cell-phone charging.
Seiko's Adam Ortlieb talks about a partnership program that is providing seamless tech integration for end-users.
CMO Brian Ardinger talks about the importance of interactivity as part of its software development.
The Nanonation CMO talks about the Digital Screenmedia Association and his take on its next steps.
Coupons.com believes that storing coupons on a smart phone and using them via NFC is superior to barcode-based presentations. Here's why.
PayNearMe's Mike Kaplan says that stores like 7-Eleven can do business with people outside the financial mainstream with mobile payment applications.
Talking about the company's M2M partnerships, Wayne Ward gives an interesting analogy for his business model.
Dennis Pochet describes his company's chip-based NFC functionality.
Anita Aedo, managing director of Sabadell, talks about the unique financing needs of start-ups entering the world of mobile applications.