Technology in payments has altered the way financial institutions are dealing with money. From payments innovation and the emerging markets to off-line transacting and biometrics, these are just some of the topics that will be discussed at the upcoming Payments Southern African Conference & Exhibition to take place at Emperors Palace on the 2, 3 and 4 of August 2011.
This payment event will among others, explore the payment landscape from the technology used to aid the financial industry to how it is used. Sessions will cover more than 25 topics dealing with payment instruments such as cash, cheques, cards and mobile, payment integration and regulation, compliance and risk, focusing on how technology advances have transformed modern money.
The Payments Southern African Conference & Exhibition will feature 30 speakers, 10 panelists, 5 sessions, breakaway streams, case studies, live demonstrations and many more. This event will attract more than 200 attendees in the banking and payments profession from all over the SADC region.
The speaker panel includes technology payment experts from organistaions such as ABSA, the Payments Association of South Africa, Nedbank, the SA Reserve Bank, Bankserv, First National Bank, Altech Nupay, SABRIC, Wizzit, SABRIC, Standard Bank, iVeri, Visa, Paygate, Paym8, Swift, Acet Processing, Genisis Analytics, Net1 UEPS Technolgies and many more.
Professionals who would benefit from attending the Payments Southern African Conference & Exhibition are those dealing with payments and technology in the SADC region from the both the banking and non-bank industries such as micro lenders and retailers, as well as service providers dealing with cards, ATMs,credit etc.
This high powered event will be hosted by Trade Conferences International (TCI), the same organizers who brought about the ground breaking Mobile Banking Conference & Exhibition in March, which was attended by more than 200 delegates from the SADC region.
To register for this event visit the TCI website or call 011 803 0009 for more information