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OBS inks M2M deal with Canny Quest for e-payment in Iraq

Wednesday 3 February 2016 | 10:27 CET | News
Orange Business Services has signed an M2M agreement with Canny Quest International, the Dubai-based technology and business development partner of International Smart Card (ISC) in Iraq. ISC has created a new model for e-payment services using smart cards using biometrics to authenticate customer ID and counter the risk of fraud. Orange Business Services provides SIMs that enable connectivity to support ISC's 6,000 terminals at points of service (POS) across Iraq, and another 8,000 POS are planned at retail merchants by mid-2016.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Business Services
Countries: Iraq
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