NBS Technologies Presents Trusted Service Manager at the Central European Electronic Card Conference in Warsaw, Poland
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Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 17, 2012
NBS Technologies, a leading provider of software and equipment for card personalization, were recently invited to participate in a presentation around NFC technology at the recent CEEC conference in Poland. NBS is actively installing its Xpressi Trusted Service Manager (TSM) in the Polish market. Elkart a leading service provider, Visa and T-Mobile also participated in this round table discussion about NFC.
Trusted Service Manager is a critical component in mobile payments. The TSM works behind the scenes to make the entire process of downloading payment account information onto your cell phone efficient and secure. The TSM integrates banking, Near Field Communication (NFC) and mobile phone security systems, to ensure that consumer's credit card information is completely secure.
The mobile payment market in Poland is ready and rapidly expanding. NBS is uniquely positioned to enable our clients to meet the needs of their customers. said Mike Fisher, NBS general manager. NBS has several years of experience working with Near Field Communication and the TSM is an extension of that experience.
About NBS Technologies
For nearly 40 years, NBS Technologies has remained a leading developer and provider of equipment for card personalization, EMV compliance/migration, smart card manufacturing and semiconductor handling equipment.
NBS Technologies is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Brookfield Asset Management (http://www.brookfield.com), a global alternative asset manager. Focused on property, renewable power, infrastructure and private equity, , Brookfield has over US$150 billion of assets under management and is co-listed on the New York (BAM) and Toronto (BAM.A) stock exchanges. NBS Technologies' head office is located in Canada with locations in USA, France and the UK, along with a worldwide dealer network. Please visit http://www.nbstech.com for more information.
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