xpWallet, an emerging provider of NFC based mobile wallet solutions has announced a new partnership with TAPmeTAGS Inc. a manufacturer and supplier of NFC tags and stickers, NFC reader devices, and NFC Tag branding services.
“With TAPmeTAGS’ expertise and technology in the areas of NFC tags and other wide range of NFC products, we are building the perfect eco-system and extending availability of our unique NFC mobile payment solution offerings,” says Shashi K. Singh, business development manager at xpWallet. “The partnership will further augment our expertise in providing different types of tailored and turnkey solutions and innovation.”
Both companies will also work together on anti-fraud systems for NFC mobile phones, NFC tags and NFC readers and security logistics.
“We are extremely pleased to be partnering with xpWallet and look forward to providing our customers with the best possible solutions for NFC-based payment and processing,” says Bryan MacNeill at Toronto-based TAPmeTAGS. “Mobile payment is undoubtedly going to be part of all our futures, and best of breed businesses can trust us to help them stay ahead of the curve.”
Outside its new partnerships, xpWallet expects to announce other major NFC-based mobile wallet products in the coming months that will target retail sector payment services.
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