Dejamobile was pleased to participate for the second time in Money 2020 Europe which was held last June 26th, 27th and 28th. For this 2017 edition, our team was present at the global event dedicated to Fintech industry as a 2 star sponsor.
Crédit Agricole Payment Services and dejamobile are pleased to invite you to a private workshop on June 27th 2017 in parallel with the Money2020 Europe event.
Crédit Agricole is one of the first European banks to have launched a commercial version of a mobile payment service using a Cloud-Based Payments/HCE solution. This solution is integrated into the application Ma Carte (My Card) and was launched on April 4th 2017. It interfaces with ‘Paylib’, the French interbank proximity mobile payment brand.
This workshop will provide the opportunity to share feedback with the audience on business, technological, innovation, and use case aspects of the service.
We will attend the Money 20/20 Europe tradeshow to take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from June 26th to 28th. Come and meet us on booth B51 !
One of the world’s largest tradeshows dedicated to the Fintech industry will open its doors for its second European edition, which will bring together the major players of the payment ecosystem.
During the previous edition, at which dejamobile already participated, the tradeshow gathered 1500 companies, 3725 attendees coming from 70 countries, and 500 CEOs. This year the exhibition is taking a whole new dimension, developing its reception capacity. It’s in this context that dejamobile is now a 2 star sponsor for the event.
For his thesis dedicated to Smartphone security for sensitive applications, such as payment apps, realised while he was under Cifre contract at Orange, dejamobile’s Research Engineer Mohamed Sabt has won the Guy Deniélou thesis award given by the University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC). This thesis unlocks new securing methods for mobile applications, proposing a new methodology based on a state-of-the-art system of cryptography.
On April 5th 2017, the Crédit Agricole officially launched the new version of its application « Ma Carte ». It allows, among other things, the Crédit Agricole customers to pay in-store via the NFC function of their Android Smartphone. Thanks to the « Paylib sans contact » solution, they just need to place their smartphone on the POS terminal to pay for purchases. This solution is not subject to the contactless card amount limitation of 20€, and therefore it allows customers to spend higher amounts securely.
Dejamobile will attend the upcoming Mobile World Congress to be held from February 27th to March 2nd in Barcelona, Spain. Dejamobile team will be present during the whole event with a booth located in the “French Tech Pavilion” (Hall 5, Stand B541, Station 10).
The dejamobile team will show its HCE-based solution ReadyToTap™ Payment, compliant with the “Cloud-Based Payment” specifications of Visa and MasterCard.
Our demos include our latest innovations: online and in-store payment convergence, biometric authentication, interaction with wearables…
We’ll also share the lessons learned from our operational customer projects.
To make an appointment with dejamobile’s team during the MWC, please send an email to email@example.com
Dejamobile is partnering with leading NFC technology publication NFC World. Since 2008, Near Field Communication World is reporting evolution in emerging technologies transforming “how consumers choose what to buy, who to buy from, and how to pay”. As a pioneer solution provider in HCE, tokenization and secure mobile services, we are delighted to be part of the NFC World partner Program to exchange about our latest projects and innovations.
For more information, read our welcome article here.
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