Sequent Software has announced that Rogers Communications, Canada’s largest provider of wireless voice and data services, has chosen Sequent’s open Wallet Management Platform to power its suretap™ wallet.
Sequent’s open Wallet Management Platform will allow Rogers to enable application developers to quickly enable NFC payment transactions in retail, transit, ticketing, vending, access-control and other mobile applications. At the same time, banks and other card issuers can leverage the Sequent platform to provide secure access to digital card data to increase distribution and wallet share of their cards.
“Sequent’s Wallet Management Platform provides a highly secure, flexible platform that will allow our customers to experience innovative mobile-payment features from a variety of card issuers,” said Jeppe Dorff, Vice President of Transaction Services at Rogers. “Built on this platform, the suretap Wallet will offer our customers choice and a personalized mobile payment experience.”
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