The Mobile Proxy Forum ( ) is launching a Request for Information ( ) to gather information concerning the provision of a Standardised Proxy Lookup (SPL) service.The aim of the service is to allow the exchange of the data necessary to initiate person-to-person ( ) mobile payments between proxy-based mobile payment solutions on a pan-European level. It will facilitate interoperability between participating mobile payment solutions.
Interested technology service providers are invited to declare their interest in providing the service and to describe the manner (commercial and technical) in which they are planning to provide this service.
The detailed document which includes an overview of the requirements, a timetable and response guidelines, can be downloaded on this page.
applications can be submitted until 31 August 2017 close of business.
Questions on the
Interested parties can submit any questions about the . Where possible, the questions – and answers – will be published on this page. A first series of queries (and the 's answers) has been published on 2 August 2017.
This announcement constitutes a issued in the name of and on behalf of the , a cross-industry working group set up under the auspices of the Euro Retail Payments Board ( ).
This is issued by the as a means of technical discovery and information gathering regarding the provision of a service. This should not be construed as a solicitation for commercial offerings, nor should it be construed as an obligation on the part of the to contract. No solicitation documents exist at this time.This does not constitute a commitment, implied or otherwise, that the will take a procurement action in this matter. Participation in this is voluntary and the will not be responsible for any cost incurred in furnishing any information or for the 's use of the information.
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