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DATE: APRIL 2, 2015
LOCATION: Twenty Toronto Street Conference Centre
Presented by Payments Business Magazine and ACT Canada
In a world of rapidly evolving payment options, new technologies, consumer preferences, and the rise of ecommerce, how do you ensure that your organization is driven by hard facts rather than just gut feel? How do you leverage your customer interactions most effectively? How do you best incorporate mobile payments to improve your sales, capture better data, avoid legal issues and maximize your payments strategy?
This special one-day seminar is designed to give you and your team a complete and effective grounding in the state-of-the-market demands and challenges of mobile payments. Attend and learn the key facts, trends, tactics and tools you need to build the best mobile payment systems.
Get current insights and practical ideas on …
1. Current state of mobile payments both domestically and abroad
2. Mobile trends and the potential impact to Canadian stakeholders
3. Linking mobile to digital commerce strategy
4. Operating model options
5. Considerations when placing technology bets
6. Offensive and defensive revenue drivers
7. Potential security / regulatory impacts and what to do about it
8. Implementation pitfalls to avoid
9. Roadmap for success
Learn these 8 practical things you can use right away...
1. How mobile trends may impact your business
2. Why technology choices matter so much
3. How to overcome obstacles to mobile systems
4. Customer experience pitfalls to avoid
5. Opportunities to extend mobile beyond the payment transaction
6. The challenges and opportunities that Big Data and Bitcoin may pose for mobile payments
7. What skills are needed to implement mobile payments
8. How to organize a mobile payments project to ensure success
Current State: Payments Ecosystem and Stakeholder Evolution
How is mobile payments evolving both domestically and abroad, and what does this mean for Canadian payments stakeholders?
Who are the players that are differentiating in this space, and how?
Apple Pay POV:
How does Apple Pay work?
What is the value proposition and competitive landscape?
What are the implications and considerations for Canadian payments stakeholders?
Purchase Lifecycle: Moving Beyond the Payment Transaction
Guest Speaker: Paydiant
HCE and Tokenization
Guest Speaker: Tokenization – Nicolas Dinh, MasterCard
Accenture Consumer Payments Survey – Canadian Edition
Gaining (and Maintaining) Adoption: Determining What it Will Take to Win
Tying it all Together: Building a Roadmap for Success
Wrap-up & Questions / Discussion
INSTRUCTORS: Jonathan Magder,
Accenture Strategy - Payments
Jonathan has 13+ years of consulting and industry
experience in financial services - specifically payments.
He is the payments lead for Canada, and works
primarily with payments and retail banking clients to
develop and execute strategies to increase their market
competitiveness. Areas of focus include mobile and
emerging payments, cards, and merchant acquiring.
Jonathan has completed several mobile payment
engagements, including domestic and international
benchmark assessments, identification of potential mobile
payments business models, strategy development, and
mobile wallet construct design. He has also published a
number of mobile POVs, and speaks at industry events.
Accenture Digital – Mobile Commerce
Greg is a Senior Manager with Accenture Digital.
Greg has been focusing on transaction systems for the
last 18 years and more recently on mobility. Greg is a
Subject Matter Advisor in mobile commerce and mobile
payment with the responsibility for the development of
new strategies and solutions that enable new business
models through mobility solutions. Greg has led
Market Disruption Assessments and Mobile Wallets
projects for a number consortiums in North America
and Europe and has extensive experience in defining
mobile commerce ecosystems with value shared across
multiple stakeholders. Greg is frequent contributor to
Accenture POVs and holds multiple patents in transaction
REGISTRATION IS EASY.
You may register as an individual, or as a corporate group. A maximum of 4 delegates is allowed under group registration. If you wish to register more than 4 people, please send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Each additional delegate beyond 4 is $295 each plus HST. Please use one of these forms.
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