The key feature of the PulseWallet solution is the use of PalmSecure biometric technology by Fujitsu Frontech North America. The integrated PalmSecure vein imaging technology enables merchants to provide one of the most secure payment options available, while providing an all-in-one payment system for consumers to access their electronic wallets.
Once registered, consumers can leave their credit or debit cards at home and simply scan their palm for payment at POS. Each palm scan is encrypted thus avoiding the security exposure encountered recently by some consumers at check out.
“We’re very excited to be launching PulseWallet at an event like CES. For the first time the public will see how smoothly and efficiently the complete solution, integrated with Fujitsu’s PalmSecure technology, works for merchants and consumers alike,” according to Aimann Rasheed, co-founder and CEO, PulseWallet. “We encourage all attendees to visit our booth to see and experience the future of fast, accurate and flexible POS, today.”
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