At American Banker’s Mobile Banking and Emerging Applications Summit, Isis chief sales officer Jim Stapleton will keynote and participate in a panel discussion. Read more »
Fast Company picked up our news that Isis will launch in Austin next year. Known for its progressive, tech savvy population, Austin is a perfect place to launch mobile commerce. To learn more about how Isis is developing an open platform and will complement merchants’ existing loyalty programs, check out the full Fast Company story.
We were excited to see the Austinist shed light on another benefit of Isis’ mobile commerce platform—mobile coupons. Isis’ mobile wallet will allow consumers to store and redeem coupons, loyalty cards and offers.
Today is a big day – we’ve announced that Austin will join Salt Lake City as an Isis launch market in 2012. One local merchant, Ben White Florist, told Austin American-Statesman said the concept of mobile commerce is incredible. “People in Austin, they want to do business with businesses that are up with the times,” the owner explained.
Austin, Texas — June 22, 2011 — Isis, the mobile commerce joint venture between AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless, today announced Austin, Texas is among the initial launch markets for the Isis mobile commerce program. Austin merchants and consumers are expected to be among the first in the U.S. to adopt a comprehensive mobile commerce experience in 2012. Read more »
Isis’ Jim Stapleton and Doug Kilgour are scheduled to participate in the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) Retail Mobile Executive Summit on June 27-29 in San Francisco. Jim will speak along side Jerry Benson, chief operating officer at Utah Transit Authority (UTA). Read more »
Dave Roberts of Isis is scheduled to discuss mobile payments at a vendor showcase and Internet Council meeting on June 21-23 hosted by NACHA’s Internet Council. Read more »
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.
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.