Tsys has partnered with Cassis International to provide secure mobile payment, loyalty and commerce functionality. Cassis is a mobile trusted service manager (TSM) for banks, retailers, transit operators and mobile service providers, and is globally certified by Visa and MasterCard.
“Consumers will soon be using their phones as their wallets, so delivering secure mobile payments, loyalty, rewards and coupons will be a ‘must have’ for our bank and merchant customers,” said Troy Woods, president and chief operating officer (COO), Tsys. “Tsys is committed to offering a full range of mobile solutions that meets our customers’ needs both today and tomorrow, and we are excited to partner with Cassis, a global leader in technology and trusted service management for mobile NFC [near field communication].”
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