This four-page white paper from USA Technologies (USAT) reveals the results of a six-month study testing targeted point-of-sale advertising of Apple Pay at unattended vending machines and how that translated into increased overall sales, transactions and mobile payment usage.
This four-page white paper explores digital identification, authentication and digital signatures within the framework of the European eIDAS regulation on electronic identification and trusted services for electronic transactions.
This 17-page survey of 1,087 US consumers and 683 consumers in the UK and Australia presents the latest findings on consumer behaviours and perceptions around contactless payment.
This 17-page survey asks people about their mobile behaviour and expectations over security, and how these would affect those providing applications and infrastructure for mobile applications and services.
This 24-page white paper examines the history, current status and likely future development of the digital and mobile wallet market and examines the way forward for each of the different types of provider: financial institutions, card networks, mobile network operators, merchants and new entrants.
This 19-page white paper provides detailed information and recommendations for banks investigating the potential of host card emulation (HCE) based mobile payments.
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This 10-page white paper provides insight into the options available to banks seeking to implement mobile payment services for Android devices.
This 30-page white paper explores the changing payments ecosystem in Bangladesh and evaluates the current and potential impact of mobile payments on the financial, banking and retail sectors.
This three-page case study from HID Global examines the deployment of NFC technology in London’s iconic CityPoint building.