Think Computer Corporation is a Palo Alto, CA based software company that offers Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products. It was founded in 1998 by (then fifteen-year-old) Aaron Greenspan, as an IT consulting service.
Think’s newest product is FaceCash, a payment system for mobile devices, meant as a substitute for card-based credit. Other products include: Exponent, a web-based accounting and customer relationship management (CRM) suite, Whiteboard, which is a content management system that makes it easy to update your web site, and Lampshade, a LAMP development platform.
|Launch Date||April 26, 2010|
FaceCash is a payment application for mobile devices. Users send money from their bank accounts to FaceCash, and upload a photo. This image is displayed on the user’s mobile device, along with a barcode. At the point of sale, the photo is downloaded again onto the Point of Sale system (just a computer with a web browser using the web-based FaceCash Point of Sale interface) so that merchants can verify the user’s identity and charge their FaceCash account accordingly.