TORONTO, Jan. 30, 2012 /CNW/ - The payment landscape in Canada is rapidly evolving and stakeholders are facing a number of challenges, including engagement of merchants and consumers, determining the appropriate business model, and mitigating privacy and security risks.
At The Canadian Institute's Forum on Canadian Payment Innovations, a diverse speaking faculty comprised of leaders in the emerging payment landscape will provide answers to these challenges. Key insights and survival strategies will be shared, including:
- Real life strategies to address the fundamental change of the business, including funding and operational models
- Crucial action plans to enhance overall consumer experience and adoption by retailers
- Blueprints to plan a future for your payment organization which successfully negotiates a world infused with new payment methods and stakeholders
- A thorough understanding of the new regulatory environment for new payment technologies and the applicable rules and regulations
- New methods to protect privacy, minimize fraud and generate revenue
…And much more!
|Conference Title:||The Canadian Institute's Forum on Canadian Payment Innovations|
|Date:||April 16-17, 2012|
|Location:||Marriott Bloor Yorkville - Toronto, Ontario|
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