FIS has announced it will be showcasing its latest mobile innovation, the FIS Mobile Wallet with Cardless Cash Access, at FinovateSpring 2013 in San Francisco on Tuesday, May 14. The FIS Mobile Wallet is a white-labeled, cloud-based mobile payment and offer redemption allowing financial institutions to fully brand and manage the customer experience, while offering consumers convenience and security.
“With more than 20 million mobile users, FIS is leading the market to make this new era of mobile banking and payments easily accessible to consumers and their financial institutions,” said Douglas Brown, SVP and GM, FIS Mobile. “We’re excited to show Finovate attendees mobile innovations that greatly expand how mobile devices can be used to create a personalized and streamlined financial transaction experience. At FIS, we’re focused on delivering mobile solutions that make a true difference to our clients and the business customers and consumers they serve.”
Brown will demonstrate and detail the value that the cloud-based mobile wallet can provide financial institutions, merchants and consumers.
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