Many thanks to all the NFC suppliers from around the world who have been in touch with us over the last couple of weeks to let us know about their products and services. If you haven’t yet been in contact with us, now is the time to email us to make sure your company is included in the suppliers section of The NFC Report.
We’ve had a huge response to our call for suppliers to contact us so their company can be included in the suppliers section of The NFC Report. Many of those who emailed us were already on our list of companies to profile — but many were new to us and, amongst them, were a few very interesting companies that have been quietly working away on near field communication solutions well away from the media spotlight.
Work is now well under way on writing up this section of the report, with profiles of companies producing everything from OTA provisioning services to NFC add-ons, stickers and more now completed.
The NFC Report will include profiles of NFC suppliers around the world, from consumer device manufacturers to solutions providers and from trusted service managers to suppliers of readers, handset components and more.
As well as writing a short profile of each company, we’re also categorising each supplier by the types of product or service they supply so that readers can easily find all the companies that could fulfil their particular needs.
In all, we expect to feature over 260 suppliers in this section of The NFC Report and, if you haven’t yet been in touch to ensure your company is included, please do send a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure you are not missed out.
• The NFC Report is a comprehensive and definitive guide to the technology, applications, suppliers, business and market potential of near field communication around the world. Face-to-face and telephone research is now under way and will continue until the end of 2009. Customers who order now qualify for a substantial pre-publication discount and are able to stay a step ahead of the game by accessing each section as it is completed on The NFC Report’s private website.