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Reinventing the in-store app experience

March 15th, 2015

I recently came across an article on Retail Touchpoints called “Reinventing The Retail App For In-Store Success“. In it Artisan CEO Bob Moul explains why retailers nowadays care so much about native mobile app strategy for in-store experience and how it is essential […]

Banks and Merchants Must Have Their Own Payment Apps

January 14th, 2015

Banks and merchants are under threat to lose millions of dollars in investment in their apps by allowing them to become obsolete because they don’t provide the most desired functionality of all: Payment. The reason is simple. A mobile app […]

New Free eBook: Turn Any App Into a Wallet

November 19th, 2014

Sequent’s new eBook “Turn Any App Into a Wallet” helps banks, merchants and other app owners understand how to add valuable commerce functionality to their existing mobile apps. Most companies understand that having their branded mobile app in a consumer’s […]

Deploy an Android Wallet Today with HCE, APIs and Your Own Mobile App

November 1st, 2014

Apple Pay is here and banks can finally enable NFC mobile payments for their iPhone carrying customers. However, the Apple smart phone user base, while considerable, is only part of the entire customer base of banks and merchants. How can […]

App Enablement: Turn Any App Into a Wallet

October 15th, 2014

Today most companies understand that having their branded mobile app in a consumer’s smart phone is the closest connection they have ever had with their customers. With time spent on mobile devices rising, companies with a mobile app on a […]

HCE Support Could Reach 85% of Smart Phones

October 3rd, 2014

Host Card Emulation (HCE) technology support is growing by leaps and bounds. Since it was introduced in the KitKat version of Android Operating System, HCE support in smart phones has been growing in a steep curve. Last month Google released […]

Be Agnostic: Secure Element, HCE and all the Above

October 1st, 2014

The launch of the iPhone 6 with NFC technology only reinforced something we have been telling our customers for years: focus on the user experience and be agnostic to technology. A consumer mobile payments system should work on all devices […]

One Tap Mobile Payments: Patenting Simplicity

August 26th, 2014

Sequent announced yesterday that we have received a US patent for a key feature of mobile payments: “one tap” mobile payments. If you don’t know what it is, “one tap” or “single tap” functionality allows mobile wallets to transmit multiple […]

Host Card Emulation Can Put Banks, Merchants at the Top of the Wallet

August 18th, 2014

Ever since Google announced the availability of Host Card Emulation (HCE) in the last version of Android, the discussion in the world of mobile payments has taken a very interesting turn. Banks that were previously forced to work with an […]

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