This theme brings an international perspective to the summit as well as some key presentations from the Australian and New Zealand payments space.
The New and the Old
New players in the market will be discussed as well as new thought provoking ideas for payments innovation. What will be next?
Integrating new Technology into Existing Infrastructure
Understanding which technologies should be implemented and how they could be integrated into existing legacy systems is always a talking point. This theme looks at how major players are strategically assessing existing infrastructure and how they foresee the evolving payments landscape.
This has been the buzz word in the payments space and has been around for a while, but seems to be gaining more traction as we progress into 2012. Will this be the year that contactless takes off?
Moving Payments Mobile and Ensuring Security
Another highly topical area in the payments space which has been grouped together with security as one of the major consumer concerns when thinking about mobile is security.Overcoming the consumer aversion to mobile might prove critical as well as the formation of strategic partnerships. Who do you partner with?
Retail and Payments
Payment innovation in the Australian retail sector will be a catalyst for innovation in other sectors, as everyday consumer experiences will shape expectations for streamlining payments for other goods and services. How the retail sector approaches change is thus vital for the community as a whole. Strategic collaboration across the sector could assist the business case for systems that require critical mass of users to be effective.
The Future of Payments
Innovation and technology grows quickly and Moore’s law backs the exponential growth in this space. A strategic look to what the next 5 – 10 years will be critical if payments providers and organisations want to hold their share of this lucrative market.
What you will learn at The Future of Payments 2012?
- How to improve and foster innovation for the Australian Payments System
- Bringing cash into the digital form
- Lessons from BitCoin and the new potentials of a new currency
- Payments regulation and new payment players
- Separating business and technical architecture
- Redefining the industry through a payments hub
- Understanding technology to integrate capabilities and service consumer demand
- Payments beyond plastic
- Making the case for a digital wallet
- Driving contactless payments forward
- What will be the future of cheques?
- Establishing the technology building blocks for managing mobile security and creating a trusted environment for consumers
- Illustrating the role of payments in the mobile commerce experience
- Combining mobile, lifestyle and social networking into a complete digital commerce experience
- Collaborating with Key Stakeholders to Drive Innovation
- Partnering with Key Stakeholders to Provide the Dominant Mobile Payment Solution
- Strategic Innovation for the Retail Sector
- And more…
In addition to sharing experiences, challenges and solutions in interactive groups, all delegates will again be able to participate in the event discussion via a Twitter wall to capture thoughts and feedback on the ideas presented.