REA Group’s data business PropTrack has joined FinTech Australia’s ecosystem partnership program to establish key relationships in the fintech sector and to create opportunities.
The Sydney Stock Exchange (SSX) has joined FinTech Australia’s corporate program, becoming the 13th organisation it has signed on this year.
Guest Opinion: At IDEMIA, we believe the time is now for Australia and New Zealand to transition from the traditional password to a safer and more convenient form of authentication that leverages biometrics.
Cloud accounting system provider Xero has joined Fintech Australia’s corporate program.
Thanks to rising digital commerce and widespread retailer digitalisation, innovative payment solutions are now in the limelight – especially contactless payment. But this is not news to Australia, where nearly 47 percent of the population already uses cards or digital wallets.
More than six billion eSIM-capable devices will be shipped over the next five years, the technology research firm Counterpoint Research has forecast, adding that this would include those using both eUICC and iUICC technologies.
Augmented identity provider IDEMIA and French banking-as-a-service firm Treezor plan to launch what they claim is the first eco-friendly credit card by a fintech in France.
A new biometric identity system built by Unisys and IDEMIA for the Home Affairs Department, for use in securing the country's borders, has gone live, the two companies who built the system say.
Augmented identity provider IDEMIA has rolled out its MorphoWave Compact contactless fingerprint technology to Digital Garage, its first customer in Japan.
Network and application performance vendor Riverbed has appointed 25-year IT industry veteran Frank Ong as regional vice-president for for the Australia-New Zealand regional market.
The Federal Government’s Department of Home Affairs has signed a new long-term contract with augmented identity solutions provider IDEMIA for the provision of its SmartGate solution as part of the traveller arrival process into Australia.
Global payment and identity solutions company IDEMIA has announced an expansion of investment in its border processing capability platform in the Asia Pacific region, including expanding its teams in the Canberra and Sydney markets.
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