As MasterCard, Visa and American Express propose a new digital payment standard, Mike Matan, head of global network business at AmEx, and Jim McCarthy, global head of innovation and strategic partnerships at Visa, comment on the technology options, rollout timing and thinking behind the plan.
- MasterCard, Visa and American Express propose new digital payment standard: Mike Matan, head of global network business at AmEx, and Jim McCarthy, global head of innovation and strategic partnerships at Visa, comment on the technology options, rollout timing and thinking behind the plan.
- Swiss retailers introduce mobile credit card app: Jérôme Gilg, CEO of DIY superstore chain Jumbo, explains how the service works and what the next steps are likely to be.
- Turkish bank creates customized mobile banking service: Deniz Guven, Garanti Bank’s SVP of digital channels, describes how customers can create their own mobile dashboard, choosing from 23 different wallet, savings, loans and offers options.
- PLUS: Secret Handshake promises payments with a wave of the hand, Danal launches fingerprint payments system in Korea, Walmart finds app users spend 40% more than average, Bank of Hawaii promotes mobile deposits with social media game, Mobile payments drive revenues at Boston café, and more…
Organisations mentioned include 22squared, Accel Partners, AdTruth, Adyen, American Express, Andreessen Horowitz, Bank of Hawaii, BilltoMobile, Blippar, Cardfree, Cisco, Clinkle, Clover, Crucialtec, Danal, DoubleBeam, Eftpos Australia, Facebook, FIS, Fjord, Garanti Bank, Homeland Stores, Iko, Intel Capital, Intuit, Jumbo, Kalixa Group, Leap Motion, LevelUp, Manor, MasterCard, Maus Freres Group, McDonald’s, MCX, National Australia Bank, Pantech, Parkeon, Paydiant, PKO Bank Polski, Rogers Communications, Sebastians Café, Shopular, Sonic Drive-In, Sprint, St George Bank, Stanford University, Subway, Vantiv, Visa, Walmart and Your Gym.
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