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Up to 7,500 vending machines in Austin and Salt Lake City will be getting an update soon. People will no longer be stuck scrounging for change every time they get thirsty or have jingling pockets after lunch, thanks to thanks to USA Technologies and Isis Mobile Wallet. Vendors will use USAT's NFC-enabled ePort technology and ePort Connect service to begin accepting payment from users who have Isis Mobile Wallet, making life more convenient for consumers which will, undoubtedly, cause sales to increase, since people won't ever be stuck in a situation in which they do not have enough change again.
The global payment company, Adyen, has issued a statement saying that Shuttle will now be available in the European Union; the statement was issued separately at conferences in Amsterdam, Berlin and London.
With the launch of Shuttle in Europe, retailers will be able to accept Chip and Pin payments on mobile point-of-sale devices.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then it goes without saying that two pictures are worth at least 2,000 words. In order to take advantage of the economies of scale that this represents, the folks at SAP retail recently cobbled together several infographics that highlight the mobile retail world of today (and given the rapid pace of mobile enhancements, especially in the retail space to some degree this also represents yesterday's world) and that of tomorrow.
PayOne Corporation, a global icon in mobile payments and carrier billings, has been awarded A+ Grade, the highest rating for the exemplary customer service by the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
BBB is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1912 which focuses on advancing marketplace trust.
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