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NFC: the Technology Behind Tap-and-Go Communication

  Central to every contactless mobile action is a little microchip and radio antenna conducting the tap-and-go operation that is near field communication (NFC). NFC encryption technology is transforming the way users access information, make payments, and share data across devices. What is NFC? NFC is a system...

How FinTech is Transforming The Insurance Industry

Despite the financial service industry’s complicated environment, there is a wealth of opportunity to improve customer experience within the FinTech space. From signups to underwriting, the traditional FinServe (Financial Service) industry has a great deal of room for improvements. FinTech has been around for about 5...

How to Create a Better Mobile Checkout Experience

  There’s been a steady growth in mobile shopping as people are becoming more confident with their mobile purchases. For many retail apps, however, customer conversion rates remain low. Shoppers are transitioning from their personal computers to their mobile phones and now have a whole new...

What is HCE?

  Host Card Emulation (HCE) is a technology that allows for the replication of a physical, contactless smart card using software. In the context of mobile payments, it is used to complete transactions via near field communication (NFC).   Anybody who has used a contactless credit card (Visa...

Third Party vs. Branded Mobile Payment Apps

  Mobile payments have been ramping up in 2015. Android Pay, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay – merchants have a lot of choice, and customer demand for mobile payment options is rising. But are these mobile payment systems better than creating a branded mobile payments platform?   With the...

Open vs. Closed Loop Mobile Payments

  It seems that for any major tech development, both open systems and closed systems are in play and in opposition.   In the hotly contested mobile payments space, once again we are seeing this debate manifest. Except in this context, it is a matter of open vs....