Although the carrier (AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless) backed Isis NFC Mobile Wallet system has been off to a slow start and reportedly suffered some set backs as of late, that hasn't stopped that trials in any sort of way and things are forging ahead.
When it comes to Isis and BlackBerry 10, Proxama has now announced they'll be building the Mobile Wallet application for the BlackBerry 10 platform to ensure Isis support for the devices when combined with carrier approved NFC SIM Cards.
Proxama to develop NFC solution for the Isis mobile commerce platform
Proxama PLC, (AIM: PROX, ‘Proxama’, ‘the Company’) the leading provider of NFC mobile wallet and NFC mobile engagement technology, today announced that the Company will work with Isis, the mobile commerce joint venture created by AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile USA and Verizon Wireless, to develop the Isis Mobile Wallet® application for NFC-enabled devices using the BlackBerry 10 operating system platform.
Miles Quitmann, Managing Director of Proxama®, said: “The roll out of Isis is a significant step forward for NFC as a mainstream consumer technology. We are delighted to be working with Isis on this very exciting venture. Proxama® has built up an enviable position in the mobile wallet space. The North American market is a really important one for us.”
Proxama’s technology platform is proven in supporting consumer engagement, loyalty and secure contactless payments through NFC. Proxama has worked with leading brands such as EAT, KFC, EE, and Barclaycard on NFC initiatives to support consumer engagement and mobile wallets.
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