Enabling NFC mobile payment acceptance at the point-of-sale includes more than purchasing a NFC-reader. It is also necessary to take a multi- perspective approach considering influences from a firms business ecosystem. Also, users acceptance of new information technology is influenced by many factors. (cf. Peng, Xu, and Liu, 2011). This masters thesis looks for supportive and limiting factors using mobile payment services as a merchant. It is divided into three chapters. The first part is used to get an overview about mobile payment solutions and their ecosystem from literature. It is also used in the second part for constructing a semi structured guideline for interviews. The guideline was needed to carry out eight interviews with experts from the telecommunication, the financial and the retail sector. Their interviews were written down, digitalized and translated into standard grammar using MaxQDA data analysis tool. (cf. Kurkatz, 2010). Now, after the texts were put down in writing, analysis was done in the third chapter by using a qualitative content analysis according to Mayring (cf. Mayring, 2008). Text passages similar in their content were marked, investigated and bundled to form a system of supportive and limiting factors and “best practice” suggestions. Influencing factors were found to be connected to fields like “Factors for Security“ or “Compatibility”. Major influences appeard to be linked with increased throughput speed and compatibility benefits when mobile payment is used at the Point of Sale. Also, experts preferred mobile payment solutions with a high degree of standardization. For Austria, debit cards with an extra NFC- function are seen as an enabler technology for more complex forms of mobile payment solutions.