Banks, governments and enterprises worldwide rely on Bell ID software to safely issue and manage credentials on smartphones, smart cards and connected devices. Our software integrates with any third party technology and simplifies the issuing complexities of payment, identity, loyalty and transit applications.
Whether it’s EMV payments data stored on a chip card, in an NFC-enabled mobile device or in the cloud leveraging HCE, Bell ID has the expertise to manage the lifecycle of any application on any form factor.Read more
With more and more people turning to social media for their news fix, Twitter has become a hotbed for discussion and debate on the current state, and future, of mobile payments and FinTech.
But, with a seemingly infinite number of accounts and opinions out there, keeping up with all things payments via Twitter can be quite an undertaking.
To help, we’ve put together a list of ten of our favorite twitter feeds to follow for the latest news and best analysis.
Following last night’s news from the Cryptography Research division of Rambus Inc. announcing its acquisition of Bell ID, our CEO David Orme, and Dr. Martin Scott, senior vice president and general manager of the Rambus Cryptography Research division, offer their views on the deal and why the future remains as bright as ever for Bell ID.
2015 finally saw mobile payments go mainstream and, as a consequence, technologies like tokenization and host card emulation come to the fore. As we approach the end of the year, the Bell ID team has taken a moment to consider the key trends and technologies that will support the continued growth of the industry into 2016 and beyond.
Apple Pay is a mobile payments service designed to make the payment process simpler, quicker and more secure. By allowing consumers to pay for goods with a simple tap using near field communication (NFC) technology, Apple intends to render the wallet, bursting at the seams with cash and plastic cards, defunct.