Isis’ Mark McKinney and Tony Abruzzio will attend the Salt Lake City 2011 Neighborhood Business District Conference on May 6. For more information, visit Local First.
Monthly Archives: April 2011
Doug Kilgour, a senior business development executive at Isis, is scheduled participate in a mobile payments roundtable and panel at the Smart Card Alliance’s 2011 Annual Conference on May 3-5. For more information about the event in Chicago, visit the Smart Card Alliance website.
Our infographic illustrates how Isis will act as a mobile wallet that allows consumers to store coupons, rewards, loyalty programs and payment information. Isis will fundamentally transform how people shop, pay and save – all with the tap of a phone.
As Jaymee Johnson, our head of marketing, explains to PCMag.com, “Salt Lake is the first of many markets. We are committed to full commercial availability.” To read more about the Salt Lake City launch, you can read the entire PCMag.com story.
Doug Kilgour, a senior business development executive for Isis, is scheduled to discuss mobile payments and NFC at the National Petroleum Energy Credit Association (NPECA) 74th Annual Conference on April 16-19 in San Diego. For more information, visit the NPECA Annual Conference website.
The Salt Lake Tribune highlighted the Utah Transit Authority (UTA) as one of the reasons Isis selected Salt Lake City to be a launch market. Transit will be key to driving adoption of mobile commerce, so our partnership with the UTA – which is already NFC-enabled – is an important milestone.
We’re thrilled to announce today that Salt Lake City will be an Isis launch market in 2012. An Associated Press story notes Isis is working with local merchants to deploy the Isis mobile commerce platform across the city.
Salt Lake City — April 4, 2011 — Isis, the mobile commerce joint venture between AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless, today announced it will pilot the Isis mobile commerce program in Salt Lake City in early- to mid-2012. Isis has also entered into an agreement with Utah Transit Authority (UTA) to make the entire UTA transit system Isis-enabled, marking the deployment of Isis as the first commercially available mobile transportation fare payment program in the U.S. Additionally, Isis is investing in the necessary infrastructure to enable mobile commerce on a nationwide basis and will be available to all merchants, banks, payment networks and mobile carriers. Read more »
Doug Kilgour, a senior business development executive for Isis, is scheduled to speak at VeriFone’s Petroleum Payments Conference on April 10-12. For more information, visit VeriFone’s events website.