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Published By: ToneTag     Published Date: Nov 14, 2019
Itís critical for BFSI and fintech firms in APAC to enable frictionless payments to win the customer experience war. Making it easier and more intuitive for customers to make payments opens new revenue channels for BFSI and fintech, increases customer loyalty, and attracts more merchants. Thatís why more APACís BFSI and fintech innovators are adopting data-over-sound technology. This technology allows customers to make mobile payments using sound to communicate with payment devices like credit card readers, or other phones. It is also flexible: It can transform any device with a speaker or a microphone into a payment device. This includes ATMs, food kiosks, etc. The benefit? BFSI and fintech firms can re-use existing assets, driving down innovation cost. Plus, it doesnít require the Internet, and works even on feature phones. This makes it ideal to acquire customers in rural and semi-rural markets. Inside This Guide: ē The top 5 ways BFSI and fintech firms are using data-over-
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Published By: Singapore Economic Development Board     Published Date: Nov 14, 2018
Consumer giant P&G shares how it innovates in order to bring value to its customers, and why it chose Singapore to house its newest innovation hub based on LITE Ė Location, Infrastructure, Talent and Ecosystem.
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Published By: Plantronics     Published Date: Oct 18, 2013
The following describes some typical UC usage scenarios, and how you can deploy products that will maximize productivity while minimizing downtime, excessive inventory costs, operational overhead, and unsatisfied users.
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plantronics, solutions for uc users, solutions for uc applications, sound innovation, mobile and wired workers, web-based collaboration, voice communications, deploy products
    
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