(NetworkNewsWire) Today, fewer consumers are carrying cash in their wallets. It's not for lack of having it, but more because the technology surrounding payments has evolved significantly in the past decade. There are a variety of new payment methods, some of which include mobile and contactless.
Net Element, Inc.
Net Element (NASDAQ: NETE) is a global technology-driven group specializing in mobile payments and value-added transactional services. The company owns and operates a global mobile payments and transactional processing provider, TOT Group, Inc. ("TOT Group"). TOT Group companies include Unified Payments, recognized by Inc. Magazine as the #1 Fastest Growing Company in America in 2012, Aptito, a next generation cloud-based point of sale payments platform, Restoactive, a seamless digital add-ons for legacy POS systems, Digital Provider, a leading provider of SMS messaging and mobile billing solutions, and Payonline, fully-integrated, processor agnostic electronic commerce platform.
(NetworkNewsWire) Over the last decade, technology has dramatically shifted the way business is transacted. Since the advent of smartphones, the entire planet has moved rapidly toward mobile transactions and payments. Projections suggest that, in the United States alone, nearly 70 percent of smartphone users will utilize mobile payments for a broad range of business transactions by the end of 2017.
(NetworkNewsWire) The smartphone has become the computer we carry with us everywhere, and it has changed the way the world transacts business. Smartphones are now powerful mini-computers, personal assistants, and mobile shopping carts. From the advent of the smartphone 10 years ago, there are now an estimated 4.8 billion users globally.
Net Element (NASDAQ:NETE) Addressing $783 Billion Restaurant Industry's Need for Speed, Accuracy with Aptito
(NetworkNewsWire) Net Element (NASDAQ:NETE) is offering the restaurant industry cloud technology software with digital accuracy and speed, including an Android app and digital menus. According to the National Restaurant Association (NRA) (http://nnw.fm/B7Dox), the $783 billion restaurant industry is looking to cloud platforms that can integrate the convenience of mobile technology.
(NetworkNewsWire) We live in a technologically advanced world where consumers are able to purchase virtually anything, at any time, using online as well as offline stores and services. From finding an item to buying it and getting it delivered straight to their doorstep, purchasing is increasingly done with just the click of a few buttons.
Net Element (NASDAQ:NETE) Issues Purchase Notices to Esousa Holdings, LLC Aggregating $1.35 Million for 1,578,877 Shares
(NetworkNewsWire) Net Element (NASDAQ:NETE), in a series of three 8K SEC filings from January 19, 2017, through February 8, 2017 (www.netelement.com/en/ir), has presented to Esousa Holdings, LLC purchase notices aggregating $1.35 million for 1,578,877 shares of its common stock at a price per share ranging from $0.83 to $0.861
Net Element, Inc. (NASDAQ:NETE) Giving Clients a 360-Degree View of their Business with Unified Payments Insights
Although the use of big data has been around for years, businesses still do not use it to their full advantage. Despite past reports predicting big data to be a key basis for competition
(NetworkNewsWire) Wouldn't it be convenient to have those few items you picked up from the grocery on the way home from work appear on the end-of-the-month bill from your Telco? As unlikely as it sounds, that's a scenario that may not be too far off.
(NetworkNewsWire) Leading mobile payment technology provider Net Element, Inc. (NASDAQ:NETE) this morning released a letter to its shareholders recapping some of the company's most noteworthy achievements in 2016, as well as its objectives for the coming year. In the letter, CEO Oleg Firer referred to 2016 as a "year of significant progress and corporate achievements," noting Net Element's strong transactional growth across multiple categories.
(NetworkNewsWire) The global payments landscape has changed significantly over the past decade. The ongoing digital and technological revolution and the entry of a variety of payment solution companies, both banking and nonbanking, combined with customers who simply expect more, has led to issues with many currently available online payment solutions.