The following guest post is by Henry Helgeson, the CEO and co-founder of Merchant Warehouse , a recognized leader in payment processing technologies. Get In Stock Alerts on Twitter for SNES Classic, Switch and More 2013 was a big year for the mobile commerce space, with major developments from ISIS, Google, Square and PayPal, plus some large-scale deployments at big-box retailers and plenty of experimentation on the SMB space.But as monumental a year as 2013 was, 2014 promises even more. Here is a run-down of my predictions for the evolution of mobile commerce and payments in 2014. 1. Big Technology Companies Testing Mobile PaymentsBig players are starting to work through the first iteration of mobile commerce solutions. PayPal, for example, launched its mobile wallet payment platform, while ISIS introduced its own mobile wallet nationwide in November 2013. Google announced its host card emulation (HCE) NFC workaround in November, too. In 2014, we can expect to see these companies ramp up and bring mobile commerce to the mainstream, while others scramble to catch up. One to watch: Merchant Customer Exchange, or MCX, created by a group of retailers and other companies, including Lowe’s, Target and Southwest Airlines, has declared it… Read full this story
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