UL guides companies through the complex world of electronic transactions. Our extensive involvement in secure payments, compliance standards and technology helps customers navigate EMV migration pitfalls in the U.S. and enables them to achieve full compliance and global interoperability. In mobile payments, we are working with the industry to lead them to optimized mCommerce implementations. In transit ticketing, UL provides counsel for a future-proof e-ticketing solution, including cloud-based ticketing and convergence toward mobile technologies. These are just a few examples to demonstrate how we are shaping this rapidly transforming field.
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Gross, D., "Most People Will Make Purchases via Phones 2020," CNN, 17 Apr. 2012. Web: 27 Feb. 2014.
"Mobile Payments to Reach $1.3tn Annually by 2017, as NFC and Physical Goods Sales Accelerate," Juniper Research, 15 Aug. 2012. Web: 9 May 2014.
"2012 Norton Study: Consumer Cybercrime Estimated at $110 Billion Annually," Symantec, Press release, 5 September 2013. Web: 19 November 2013.
"Biometrics Market Expected to Hit $12 billion in 2015," Homeland Security News Wire, 18 Jan. 2011. Web: 12 Mar. 2013.
"Ticketing as a Service: The Future of Transport Ticketing," Accenture, 2013. Web: 9 May 2014.
"Future of Public Transport," Accenture, 2013. Web: 9 May 2014.
"Global Smart Cards Market in the Transportation Sector 2012-2016," redOrbit, 31 Dec. 2013. Web: 8 May 2014.