Apple Pay just demolished the payment value of a branded app, making it possible for consumers to pay without downloading your app by offering the ability to store a credit card and use it with any NFC-enabled device.
Apple tries to make everything easy for consumers and that usually equals widespread consumer adoption down the road.
By combining NFC with finger touch recognition technology, Apple is able to offer NFC payment securely inside PassBook, making PassBook more relevant than ever.
The new mobile wallet eliminates the need for a magstripe, instead generating a single-use, unique number for each transaction.
With Apple's rollout of Apple Pay, now might be a good time for marketers to get to know Passbook.
Order-ahead solutions, like mobile/online ordering, are boosting restaurants' average checks by 15-plus percent.
The second annual ATM & Mobile Innovation Summit in September will feature experts with exceptional depth of knowledge in areas of innovation, security, compliance and regulation.
With geo-triggered ordering, customers make their order in advance and the order gets pushed to the kitchen only when the customer walks in.
Consumers don't become comfortable making mobile payments until their third transaction.
Mobile is now the dominant channel of Pizza Hut's digital business, growing more than 4,000 percent in the last three years.
A robust mobile platform can help brands create a faster, frictionless relationship with consumers.
Finding a good partner and testing are critical, as the mobile app is an extension of your brand.
Brands execs are finding success from mobile campaigns by using gamification, loyalty, payments and other features.
Without mobile ordering, customers only seem to care about mobile payment if you give them free coffee.
Matt Pyles, with Barbacoa Mexican Grill, sat in on a panel about mobile payments at the recent Fast Casual Executive Summit. He said it's important for restaurant operators to pay attention to this quickly growing trend, especially since it's moving...
TabbedOut's new feature allows merchants to track information about customer visits and order preferences.
Mobile payments provide the ability to more personally interact with your guests, and gain more data about their habits.
A solid mobile presence — one that adds to the guest experience — is how brands will maintain relevancy.
For merchants, the convergence of payments and marketing should bring in new customers, increase sales from existing customers and provide more customer data.
An intriguing dynamic is playing out in the payments landscape: The demand for both cash and mobile financial services is increasing concurrently. Mobile phones are enabling cash transfers, payments and withdrawals. Tom Harper talks about what attendees can look forward...