ViVOtech on Why Contactless Will Thrive

In this exclusive NEXTcast interview Mohammad Khan sat down in the Briefing Room hot seat to discuss the 5 burning questions on NFC and Contactless.

There have been many factors that have and will contribute to the success of contactless payments. PYMNTS.com asked Khan to identify the key factor of growth for contactless and without hesitation he pointed to mobile. Khan also weighs in on the ever-present ‘chicken and egg’ problem facing the payments industry and specifically contactless. 

Listen to this exclusive interview to find out more on ‘What’s Next’ with ViVOtech and contactless payments.

        


 

Executive Bio: Mohammad Khan is the President and Founder of ViVOtech Inc. Mr. Khan held several engineering, marketing, and business development management positions during the 15 years he worked with VeriFone. Joining VeriFone in its early stage in 1983, Mr. Khan helped the company develop its payment automation systems and later helped successfully market these products in more than 96 countries. Included were the smart card and security payment products he conceived for VeriFone and launched to its worldwide markets in the early ’90s. Mr. Khan was also a co-founder of the Internet Commerce Division within VeriFone and was responsible for expansion of its Internet payment systems business into more than 25 countries. Mr. Khan holds a master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. In 2006 Mohammad Khan was recognized as a leader of the Electronic Payments Industry by the Transaction Trends Magazine and in 2005 as a “Mover and Shaker” of the Electronic Payments Industry by the Transaction World magazine..

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