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CreditCall Joins MasterCard, PayPal and Intuit to Outline Mobile Payment Opportunities and Challenges at Apps World 2013

CreditCall CEO, Peter Turner, will join payment industry CEOs to discuss mobile commerce and the market opportunities and challenges for mobile payment acceptance apps at Apps World North America. The conference and exhibition takes place at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco on February 7-8, 2013.

The mobile payments track includes two panels involving representatives from Verizon, MasterCard, Intuit and PayPal. They will discuss how mobile is transforming the U.S. retail industry and look into market opportunities and challengers for payment acceptance apps.

Event Details:

What:       Apps World North America, Mobile Payments & NFC Workshop
Where: Moscone Center West, San Francisco, CA
When:

February 7, 12:00 – 12:40 p.m. and 4:10 – 4:40 p.m.

Topics: M-Commerce – is mobile transforming the retail industry?
Market Opportunities and Challenges for Payment Acceptance Apps
Website:

http://www.apps-world.net/northamerica/

“The rise of new payments technologies such as NFC and EMV are transforming the U.S. payments landscape, creating rapid growth opportunities along the way,” commented Peter Turner, CEO at CreditCall. “Key to success will be to understand these technologies and their potential impact on the market. Apps World 2013 is the perfect platform to begin to achieve this goal.”

Over 5000 developers, telcos, device manufacturers and industry professionals will converge over two days across nine targeted workshops to discuss and learn about the myriad of issues across the app ecosystem. The event combines five conference streams, four free to attend developer tracks and a free exhibition with over 150 exhibitors.

For more information or to see a demonstration of CreditCall’s mobile payment solutions including in-app payments and Chip and PIN mobile Point of Sale, please visit CreditCall during Apps World on booth 122, or visit www.creditcall.com and www.cardeasemobile.com.

AboutApps World North America: For more information visit http://www.apps-world.net/northamerica/.

About CreditCall:

CreditCall Limited, the 2012 Appsters award winner of Best Payment App, specializes in payment gateway services and processing of credit and debit card payments within unattended, online and mobile environments across Europe, the United States and Canada. CreditCall is also a leading provider of EMV Level 1 and 2 Kernel Software for terminal manufacturers worldwide www.level2kernel.com. In January 2012 the company launched a mobile point of sale solution www.cardeasemobile.com for white labeling and third party integration which enables businesses on the go to accept Chip and PIN debit and credit cards on smartphones and tablets in conjunction with a fully certified Bluetooth enabled PIN pad.

In the USA, CreditCall is headquartered in New York City, NY with global headquarters in Bristol, Great Britain. For more information, visit www.creditcall.com.

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