Our CEO, Michael Abbott, recently sat down with Forbes to talk about how Isis will work. He explained Isis acts as a digital wallet that allows consumers to store credit and debit information, loyalty cards and even coupons. “Payments will be routed over a bank or credit card company’s network, depending on the card being used,” a Forbes story explains.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
Forbes wrote an insightful article about the benefits of developing a comprehensive mobile commerce platform. As Isis works toward a 2012 launch, we agree that a robust, open platform that provides consumers with choice will be key to driving adoption.
Doug Kilgour, a senior business development executive at Isis, is scheduled to speak at the VZW Wireless Expo on May 26 in Lewisville, Texas.
With all the excitement around mobile payments, we were pleased to see GigaOm focus on the opportunities mobile commerce present merchants. The story explains merchants “need to know that it reduces friction, builds more loyalty and leads to more traffic and sales.”
Jim Stapleton, Isis’ chief sales officer, is scheduled to participate in the NACStech panel on mobile payments in Las Vegas. For more information about the May 16-17 event, visit the NACStech website.
GigaOm explains that Isis is convening the carriers, payment networks, merchants and banks to establish an open platform that will enable mobile commerce on a broad, national scale.
Jim Stapleton, Isis’ chief sales officer, is set to keynote the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) Prepaid Day and speak on the Emerging Tech Panel. Mark McKinney of Isis also plans to attend the May 10-11 event in San Diego. For more information, visit Electronic Transactions Association Annual Meeting & Expo website.