WEBCAST: IDDY AWARD WINNER CASE STUDY: EBIZ.MOBILITY’S ONETOUCH ONLINE PURCHASING OFFERS NEW ONLINE PURCHASING OPTIONS, BENEFITS

Presented by: Gershon Kagan, Chief Technical Officer, eBIZ.mobility.

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eBIZ.mobility – eBIZ.mobility provides unique digital content payment processing, called OneTouch Online Purchasing™, for banks, telecom service providers and digital content providers that is suited to the “open garden” model of consumer Internet browsing. OneTouch Online Purchasing allows online purchasers to charge digital downloads such as music, videos, games, ring tones and more directly to an existing account at their phone company, VoIP provider, mobile operator, bank or Internet service provider.

Deployment – eBIZ.mobility is working on this solution, which is offered as a payment option for consumers, with several organizations, including Bankinter, S.A. in Spain; Javien, Inc, the “online shopping cart” that is used by content sites such as Azureus, BearShare, MySpace Music, iMesh, MTV Networks URGE, and others; as well as local payment and mobile partners. The solution requires all four entities involved in every transaction — Billing Provider, Consumer, eBIZ.mobility, and Merchant — to validate and authorize a purchase.

  • Highlights of User Benefits – Users of the system only need to register once when making purchases with their preferred online provider, with whom they already have a service and billing relationship. Only the trusted service provider is aware of the purchaser’s identity, thus creating a more secure and privacy-respecting environment without fear of identity theft and credit card fraud.
  • Highlights of Business Benefits –Utilizing merchants can accept payments from their customers without the need for a credit card merchant account and without the border limitations of other payment options. The solution increases revenues, improves customer satisfaction and “stickiness” and allows service providers to easily reach a variety of new demographics, some of whom may not have a credit card.
  • Interoperable Federation Technologies –OneTouch Online Purchasing is based on SAML 2.0 and Liberty Alliance specifications to ensure interoperability and a high level of identity assurance within the federated system.

If you have any questions, please contact Dervla O’Reilly, dervla@projectliberty.org

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