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Comarch and Nokia bring art closer with NFC technology

04-07-2012 03:59 PM CET | Media & Telecommunications

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Comarch, a global vendor of products and services for telecommunications, announced that it will add the design and creation of solutions based on the NFC (Near Field Communications) technology to its portfolio. An example of Comarch’s recent involvement in this area is a project called „Nokia brings art closer”, realized in the National Museum in Krakow, Poland.

NFC is a technology enabling wireless data exchange between two devices or a device and a tag, placed within a few centimeters from one another. The market of NFC-based services is very big. A smartphone with NFC can be used as a public transport ticket, an identifier, a badge, an access card or a business card. NFC creates new possibilities in the area of advertising and loyalty programs, but it also simplifies configuration of electronic devices. NFC is also the technology that will make proximity payments done with the use of a mobile phone possible.

The number of phones with NFC is on the rise. According to various estimations, in 2015 there will be around 544 mln of mobile devices equipped with this technology.

„The project realized with Nokia is one of the first ,if not the first one of its kind. Currently we are testing how fast users will get accustomed with this technology. NFC has been a buzzword in the industry for quite some time now, but it is only now that the technology is gaining a critical mass, able to generate a real impulse to build commercial solutions based on it, and in result a mass adoption. Comarch is able to create any solution for B2C and B2B markets, that is based on NFC. It is also important, that we are actively involved in R&D work around this technology within the scope of services offered to manufacturers of electronic devices.” – says Grzegorz Wąchocki, R&D Manager in Comarch’s Mobile Solutions Department.

More information about Comarch’s mobility solutions can be found at: http://mobile.comarch.com

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E-mail: pr-telecom@comarch.com

About Comarch
Comarch, one of the largest Central European software houses and IT service providers, apart from delivering IT solutions for the telecommunications, financial services and government market segments, as well as for large enterprises and small and medium businesses, has been an active player in the mobile, embedded and automotive open software domains since 2001. Through a variety of projects in the area of mobile software development, integration, quality assurance, interoperability and cross-platform consulting services, Comarch has proven its deep technical knowledge, know-how and market understanding. With more than 3500 employees Comarch offers flexibility and scalability in building business partnerships and expertise alliances.

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Al. Jana Pawla II 39a
31-864 Krakow
Poland

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