MWC 2014: C-SAM, HyperSoft, KDDI to develop NFC, barcode-based coupon services

Wednesday 26 February 2014 00:59 CET | News

International secure mobile transactions technology company C-SAM and POS systems provider HyperSoft have unveiled the development of a new value added service with Japanese communications company KDDI for the ‘Salon de Wallet’ application, a mobile membership card application for the Japanese beauty salon market.

The application is set to allow for near field communication (NFC) and barcode-based coupon redemption.

The “Salon de Wallet” app is based on C-SAM’s mobile transaction platform (MTP) and is fully integrated into HyperSoft’s point-of-sale (POS) system, serving approximately 7.5 million customers in around 2,200 beauty salons in Japan. For the new NFC- and barcode-based coupon service, KDDI adds its Trusted Service Management (TSM) solution and NFC mobile technologies. HyperSoft is set to promote the coupon services to the beauty salons with C-SAM, and DNP provides the NFC reader/writers to the beauty salons through HyperSoft.

In recent news, MasterCard has unveiled that it has entered into an agreement to acquire C-SAM, a provider of secure mobile transactions technology offering a range of mobile-based applications for financial institutions, retailers and mobile network operators that incorporate near field communication (NFC), quick response (QR), online, remote, coupons.

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Keywords: C-SAM, HyperSoft, KDDI, NFC, barcode, coupon
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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