Mobile phone payments technology is about to take-off in the UK as a growing number of retailers introduce Near Field Communications (NFC) terminals. The appearance of the iPhone and Android smartphones, has sparked renewed interest in NFC technology , driving a world market worth $180bn over the next 5 years.
In this Computer Weekly video, Windsor Holden, head of research at analyst group, Juniper Research, talks to Bill Goodwin, Computer Weekly premium content editor, about the key drivers and barriers to mobile contactless payments, and what the technology means to retail CIOs.
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