At this year’s event in Barcelona, Accumulate has launched a fast track to mobile payment with a new packaging of its mobile financial services platform, Mobile Everywhere (ME). Accumulate’s solution is technology independent and supports all major mobile platforms.
Using the same technology platform and the processes and methods, customers can easily extend their mobile offer and enable services like mobile authentication (secure login and signing), mobile banking (full channel for all banking services), mobile eID and other services like ticketing, loyalty, coupons, gift cards, vouchers, etc.
“Our solution is proven, has best in class security, is third party technology independent and is easy to use. The technology and the unique processes and methods included, give payment service issuers a cost effective short cut into the mobile payment arena”, says Stefan Hultberg, CEO of Accumulate.
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