An Aramark cafeteria located in Verizon Wireless’ headquarters in Basking Ridge, N.J., is scheduled to be the test site for the Isis mobile payment platform. The platform represents a partnership between AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile. Developers say they hope it will be the most prominent platform in the burgeoning mobile commerce industry.
Micros, a developer of point of sale software and Isis partner, has installed several NFC terminals at the Aramark cafeteria in preparation for the Isis trial. Customers with an NFC-enabled mobile device will be able to make use of the Isis mobile wallet application and make payments for meals at the cafeteria.