Emirates Digital Wallet has announced its first major step towards eliminating the use of physical cash, as klip, the UAE’s Digital Cash Platform, enters its final round of testing.
Thales is supplying Commercial Bank of Kuwait (CBK) with its Gemalto Trusted Services Hub (TSH) that offers CBK customers the freedom and convenience of secure contactless payments, on their smartphones.
Kaspersky Fraud Prevention has enabled a financial services company to reduce fraud losses by as much as $3.4 million over three years.
Invenio Business Solutions has introduced an array of SAP-based enterprise solutions that help transform businesses and their processes in these trying times.
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Mastercard has launched a new low-cost payments solution that enables small business owners to move their businesses online and accept a range of digital payments from their customers.
Hub71 has collaborated with two leading banks in the UAE – Mashreq Bank and First Abu Dhabi Bank – to help identify and solve the pain points faced by startups and launched a whitepaper titled: Rethinking Banking for Startups.
Mastercard has announced the tokenisation of consumer card credentials on file for Amazon customers in 12 countries across North America, Latin America, Middle East and Europe.
Customers of Mashreq Bank are now being served by the region’s first digital engagement banking bot, which was developed in collaboration with Avaya and Koopid.
COVID-19 continues to change the way companies do business in the Middle East. And one of the largest banks in Jordan is using solutions from Citrix Systems to adapt.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has announced that it has invested in four FinTech start-up companies.
The GCC is set for a surge in the use of FinTech apps during the COVID-19 global health crisis as contactless payments in the MEA region increase by 70 percent, according to the latest figures by Mastercard.
Mastercard has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hub71 – a tech ecosystem based in Abu Dhabi Global Market Square that incubates global fintech startups and technology companies.
Fintech Surge, Dubai World Trade Centre’s new exhibition, conference and meeting point for the Fintech community is providing an all-new online platform to keep the Fintech community connected and engaged.