Frost & Sullivan credits INSIDE as one of the first companies to have designed a multi-application platform for contactless payment functions. The research and growth consulting firm recognized that such an early move propelled the company into a position of excellence in terms of technology innovation, enhanced its understanding of the market, and helped it gather valuable experience to stay ahead of competition. Frost & Sullivan also attributed INSIDEâs exponential sales growth primarily to its low-power, flexible MicroPass intelligent payment platform, which is designed specifically to support the contactless bank card market with extension into transit fare collection, access, control, and retail loyalty applications.
âINSIDE has achieved credibility in the industry not just by being a pioneer in contactless payment, but also by going the extra mile to solve consumer needs and address concerns,â said Shyam Krishnan, research analyst at Frost & Sullivan. âWith a strong position in terms of technology innovation, an established name in the market, a loyal and wide partner network, and a booming market in which to operate, INSIDE Contactless is poised to become one of the leading players in the contactless smart cards market space.â
âIt is very gratifying to be recognized for our leadership and excellence in this industry, the rapid acceptance of contactless payments in the U.S. has been a great reward for the INSIDE Contactless team,â said RÃ©my de Tonnac, chief executive officer. âWe will not rest on these laurels, however, and we have many exciting new developments in the works to ensure that we keep meeting our customersâ expectations and maintain our drive in this industry.â
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