Touché spearheads growth of emerging technologies in Singapore's payments ecosystem. Hear from our Product Manager @Elise Raffray on the impact of biometrics, and how Touché redefines transactions with our unique payment and loyalty-management solution.
Cash is no longer king, according to Touché, the revolutionary fintech company bringing payments to your fingertips.
As part of the agreement, Touché will provide our unique solutions on Ingenico’s Android point-of-sale (POS) platform Axium, delivering our value-added services such as operational efficiency, loyalty management, interaction and experience management as well as historic and predictive buying behaviour analysis and targeted marketing.
Singapore start-up, Touché, announced that it has inked a letter of intent with Mashreq Bank, a leading bank in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), to explore ways to offer Touché's solution to the bank's merchant clients within the UAE.
Singapore-based technology company Touché has signed a Cooperation Agreement with SEED Group as their local sponsors and partners, to expand the reach of the world’s first fingerprint biometric-based payment and loyalty management solution to the Middle East.
Singapore-based technology company developing biometric solutions Touché today announced their partnership with EDDITS, Luxembourg-based online service that connects digital identity to an address in Ethereum blockchain, in bringing forward in-store cryptocurrency transactions.
Coolpay Japan K.K. was established in late 2017, in Tokyo to develop new customers through cooperation with Japanese banks and credit card companies. This was driven by biometric-friendly regulators and the rapid implementation of biometrics among municipalities, financial institutions and companies. Japan is one of the largest, most developed and most affluent markets in the world and there is an excitement about the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2020.
Touché exhibits as one in five technology startups across fintech, SaaS and hardware.
A new age of identification technologies has arrived, giving physical stores an opportunity to level the playing field with online retailers. Touché CEO, Sahba Saint-Claire shares his insights on which kind of identification technology will become the norm in the future.
MPOS solution provider Touché believes that biometric-powered payments at the point of sale are the next big thing. But are consumers willing to trust putting their fingerprints on an mPOS reader? Touché CEO Sahba Saint-Claire answers that question — and explains why biometric mPOS may also be the key to a more efficient loyalty program, in this month’s mPOS Tracker.
MONEY FM 89.3's Yasmin Jonkers speaks with Sahba Saint Claire, CEO of Touche about their most recent partnership with OCBC to launch what they claim is the world’s first fingerprint biometric-based payment and loyalty management solution to credit card merchant customers in Singapore
Touché first announced its biometric payments system at the beginning of last year. It’s designed to link fingerprint biometrics to credit card information, essentially replacing the physical card with a biometric scan at the point of sale.
Touché is tying up with OCBC Bank to bring the world's first fingerprint biometric-based payment to credit card merchant customers in Singapore.
Payment Week, the fastest growing news and information platform for payment industry, shared about Touché on their site.
Sahba Saint-Claire gets people telling him every day that the startup he quit his Standard Chartered chief operating officer role to build will never pan out. But Mr Saint-Claire is determined to prove a point with Touché.
Mobile payments are so 2016. That's the belief of one start-up that is hoping consumers will ditch the device altogether and use their fingerprints instead...
The world's first biometrics payment and loyalty system is here.
YellowPages, Singapore’s top directory, featured Touché on its web article.
FindBiometrics, a site rich of information on biometric identification and identity verification systems and solutions, featured Touché on their site.
International Channel CNBC featured Touché on their website, as well as their broadcast TV channel.
The Tech Portal, the No.1 source for global tech news and information on start-ups featured Touché on their website.
Singapore Business Review, a magazine that features Singaporean Business Landscape, featured Touché in their online platform.
Yahoo News featured Touché during the Singapore Fintech Festival
It sounds like the stuff of science fiction but former banker Sahba Saint-Claire is on his way to making sure that no one will ever have to carry a wallet anywhere.
The Straits Times, the largest circulated English Newspaper featured Touché in their online platform
The Tech Revolutionist, a Singapore based technology site featured Touché on their website
TechInAsia, a media, events and jobs platform, featured Touché on their website
Touché announced today a capital funding of US$2 million. The funds raised enables the company to move forward in the further development of the solution and production of devices.