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article imageWEWA Technologies bring Near-field communication (NFC) to life

By Markos Papadatos     Jun 16, 2018 in Technology
As part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, WEWA Technologies is bringing the convenience of NFC (Near-field communication) technology to life.
WEWA Technologies is using technology with physical teams such as NBA Jersey. It stands out since it is environmentally-responsible and an all-green, American NFC (Near-field communication) chip designer, manufacturer and provider of real-time data with Near-Field Communication Impulse Broadcasting.
They empower organizations to deliver secure, tap-based interactions with an intuitive, reliable experience to users all over the world. It is inspired by their strength in bridging the culture of the physical and digital worlds.
Their brand is a representation of what they believe about the future of marketing, consumer advertising, consumer behavior and cultural experiences. Talent manager Danny Estrada co-founded WEWA Technologies in 2013. WEWA Technologies was co-founded with partners Scott Lindblad and Charlie Siebenberg. The company is now at the forefront of NFC, a technology used by Apple and Samsung. In 2017, they began to deploy its microchip outside of merchant services, and Estrada coined the term "Impulse Broadcasting."
WEWA Technologies are a combination of concepts and execution, and they manage the NFC program from start to finish; moreover, they resolve any unexpected issue that may arise, in an effort to ensure proper progression and innovation. It opens up a portal for imagination in the next generation of mobile, Internet of Things (IoT) and broadcasting. Their strength is founded on their ability to engage untraditional resources, and subsequently deliver unprecedented results at scale.
To learn more about WEWA Technologies, check out their Facebook page, and follow them on Twitter.
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