PaymentEye were recently at the Excel Arena in London for PayExpo 2014. There was a great choice of innovative solutions on display within a number of sectors ranging from eCommerce to cards and payments. However the most popular of topic discussions and solution displays was of course ‘mobile’.
We caught up with some of the event’s most prominent exhibitors to gain exclusive insight into the latest payment trends and solutions entering the market. PaymentEye also took the opportunity to engage with a number of exciting and emerging companies to see which solutions they are planning to bring to market.
Over the course of the week, PaymentEye will be showcasing exclusive insights from the event with prominent exhibitors and speakers.
Below is our video with David Pope from Jumio:
“We are a computer vision company and what we mean by that is, we think its a bit old fashioned these days, to type your details into a website or an app, so for us it’s about making it as easy as possible for customers to come along to websites and transact.” commented David Pope.
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