Tuesday 9 February 2016 | RSS



    White papers — sign up and get them free today

    These white papers and other downloads provide you with free information on NFC.

    To find out how you can use our white paper programme to give wide distribution to your white papers please contact Laurence Zipson.

    Building a Foundation for Mobile Payment

    Datacard's white paperThis free white paper will explain why banks and other card issuers must advance their mobile payments strategy quickly and demonstrates the benefits of taking a white label approach to mobile payment platforms.

    The race is on to sign up first-time mobile wallet users fast because persuading them to switch later will be expensive. In this white paper you’ll learn about the core decisions banks and other card issuers must make, the four key technologies required for the transition to NFC mobile payments, and five essential best practices on the route to success.

    Register to access this document here.

    NFiC: A new, economical way to make a device NFC compliant

    AMS's NFiC white paperRead this white paper to find out how advances in NFC technology are making it possible to go beyond simple pairing to include a full set of NFC capabilities in any device — more cheaply, quickly and easily than has previously been possible.

    You’ll learn about the range of options available, why you should integrate bi-directional NFC capabilities into your products, and how you can go beyond dumb tags to add intelligent NFC to even commodity or low cost devices, gadgets and sensors.

    Register to access this document here.

    Mobile payments: Three steps to NFC testing success

    Clear2Pay's Mobile Payments Testing white paperRead Clear2Pay’s ‘Mobile payments: Three steps to NFC testing success’ white paper to find out why testing should be part of your NFC and mobile payments strategy, what to test, and how to test.

    You’ll get an overview of the different approaches to testing and find out how automated test tools can streamline the process. You’ll also learn about setting up a basic test environment, and why you need test scripts.

    Register to access this document here.

    Published 12 January 2012, 10:39 by Mike Clark

    Last updated on June 23rd, 2014