New York – Sept. 27, 2011 – Isis, the joint venture between AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless, announced today that HTC, LG, Motorola Mobility, RIM, Samsung Mobile and Sony Ericsson will introduce NFC-enabled mobile devices that implement Isis’ NFC and technology standards. For consumers who have or purchase smartphones that are not NFC-enabled, Isis is working with DeviceFidelity to add NFC functionality to the mobile device, ensuring a wide range of consumer choice. Read more »
Monthly Archives: September 2011
Isis’ head of sales and account management, Doug Kilgour, will be participating in the BAI Retail Delivery conference in Chicago on Oct. 11-13. To learn more about this retail industry event, visit the BAI website.
We came across a new infographic at visual.ly that depicts the evolution of money and identifies several mobile commerce initiatives, including Isis. As we move into an age of mobile wallets, it’s interesting to reflect on how far currency has come since 9,000 B.C.
Jim Stapleton, our chief sales officer, will participate in a panel discussion about mobile payment technologies at NACS Show in Chicago on Oct. 3. For more information about the event, visit the NACS Show website.
Isis’ chief marketing officer, Ryan Hughes, is speaking at Mobey Forum’s quarterly meeting in New York City on Sept. 28-29. Mobey Forum brings together industry leaders to discuss the present state of mobile technology in financial services. To learn more, visit the Mobey Forum website.
BankNews recently sat down with Jim Stapleton, our chief sales officer, to discuss the intersection between mobile wallets and banks. “Mobile commerce presents an unprecedented opportunity for banks to connect with consumers,” Jim explained. Isis is developing an open, comprehensive platform that meets the needs of banks, merchants and consumers.
You can read the entire piece in the September issue of BankNews.
Jaymee Johnson, Isis’ head of marketing, is participating in an upcoming MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest panel on NFC in Seattle. The Sept. 28 discussion will focus on the promise of NFC and key players leading the space. For more information, visit the MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest event website.
Doug Kilgour, our head of sales and account management, will be participating in AT&T’s Mobile Marketing Forum. Look for him at this Sept. 27 event in Chicago.
Isis’ Mark McKinney and Tony Abruzzio will attend the Western States Acquirers Association (WSAA) Conference on Sept. 20-22 in Burlingame, Calif. For more information, visit the WSAA website.
Behold “the most important mobile payment infographic ever,” courtesy of Mobile Payments Today. This detailed chart explains the basics of mobile payments, delivers useful industry projections and even compares the number of smartphones in circulation to cows (seriously). You can see it at Mobile Payments Today.