YellowPepper, leading mobile payment and banking company in Latin America, recently announced that “Mr. NFC,” or Mohammad Khan, the former president and founder of ViVOtech, has been chosen as the new chairman of YellowPepper's board of directors.
Mr. NFC’s ViVOtech company is the pioneering NFC hardware and software company that has made significant portions of mobile payments possible. Previously, Khan worked with ViVOtech for 12 years, where he was responsible for leading the development of NFC readers as well as field-testing a variety of mobile payment trials around the world.
This move shows YellowPepper’s dedication to investing in its own growth in the middle of the always changing technology that operates consumer payments.
“Mohammad is a recognized leader and pioneer in the payments industry, and we are thrilled to have him on our board,” Serge Elkiner, Co-Founder and CEO of YellowPepper, said. “As YellowPepper grows and develops new technologies, Mohammad’s unique experience in electronic payments and commerce brings YellowPepper additional industry know-how that we constantly strive for.”
"I am eager and excited to join the YellowPepper Board," Mr. Khan said. "The mobile payments market is undergoing rapid growth worldwide, fueled by users’ increased interest in the convenience and security offered. The outlook is very promising, in particular for Latin America, where YellowPepper’s operations are focused and market leading."
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