You may not see as many credit-card offers weighing down your mailbox these days.
Smart Card Industry to Take a Giant Step Forward According to Philippe Tartavull, CEO of Oberthur Card Systems' American Division, 2004 will be a growth year for the card industry - in stark contrast to 2003 which, as forecasted by Tartavull a year ago, was characterized by an ailing economy that made financial institutions reluctant to invest in new card technologies.
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Technology enhancing retail gift card and loyalty schemes As functionality increases and application prices fall, 'gift' card and loyalty schemes are showing strong growth in the US & Australian markets - a retail trend that's about to hit New Zealand say industry observers…
Ask Tim Perry of security printers Leigh Mardon (manufacturers of high quality plastic store cards and credit cards like Visa and Mastercard), what's hot in retail at the moment, and 'gift' cards is the first thing he mentions.