Other restaurant industry players, including Tim Hortons and Jamba Juice, are testing or supporting mobile payment platforms that rely on a still limited but growing number of smartphone models equipped with near-field communication (NFC) chips. Those chips help wirelessly transfer payment card information to in-store payment readers. Gartner said it expects NFC transactions, which require the cooperation of multiple stakeholders, to remain relatively low through 2015, although growth ...

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