TRANSACT Keynotes to Focus on How Payments Technology is Transforming Commerce

April 3, 2018 – WASHINGTON, D.C. –  The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) announced new keynote sessions for TRANSACT, the premier payments technology event, that will address critical topics facing the industry: the role of blockchain in payments, the growing importance of software partnerships in POS products, and long-term business strategies for legacy processors and ISOs. The sessions at TRANSACT will take place April 17-19 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on the Trustwave Keynote Stage.

Osama Bedier, Founder and CEO of Poynt and Irv Henderson, CEO and Co-founder of talech will join Jason Oxman, CEO of ETA for a fireside chat about how innovations in integrated software are revolutionizing merchant payments during the session The New POS: Partnership and Possibilities, Wednesday, April 18 at 8:40 am. 

Jessica Turner of Mastercard will join Garrett Goff of Netflix to discuss how emerging technologies are enabling safer online commerce in the keynote session Driving Secure Ecommerce: Market Growth and Consumer Ease, Wednesday, April 18 at 8:55 am.

Payments companies are nimbly adapting to new technology and opportunities to seize the future of payments. Processors, ISOs and manufactures who embrace innovation are finding new partners, products and solutions for their merchant customers. Executives from three of the most important segments of the payments industry will provide insight on how to thrive in this ever-evolving space. Jamie Walker, CEO of Elavon, Paul Galant, CEO of Verifone, and Neil Randel, CEO of First American Payments will take the Trustwave Keynote Stage on Wednesday, April 18 at 4pm for the session Seizing the Future of Payments.

With all eyes focused on the expansion of blockchain – Emi Yoshikawa of Ripple, Dave Birch of Consult Hyperion, and Guillaume Lebleu of First Data will take the keynote stage on Thursday, April 19 at 9:30 for Blockchain and Distributed Ledger: Strategic Opportunities to Consider. This keynote discussion will focus on use of blockchain and distributed ledger technology to streamline and modernize the acquiring channel.

“The payments industry is undergoing significant change spurred by rapid technological innovation and new partnerships which will define the future of the marketplace. These sessions will reflect the forward-thinking strategic insights of the industry’s leaders, crafted to bring actionable intelligence to the largest audience of payments professionals in the world,” said ETA CEO, Jason Oxman.

These keynotes join a diverse keynote line-up that includes a conversation featuring executives from Ant Financial/AlipayJPMorgan Chase, IngenicoSilicon Valley Bank and TD Bankon the future of omnichannel and digital commerce on Wednesday, April 18; and a fireside chat with Lou Anne Alexander, the leader of the bank-backed peer-to-peer payments network Zelleon Thursday, April 19.

TRANSACT, April 17-19, 2018, will bring together all parts of the payments ecosystem – from ISOs/VARs to ISVs and large financial institutions to technology companies, to meet, see what’s new, and learn what it takes to grow. Through extensive networking events, education and a robust exhibit hall filled with more than 200 companies, attendees will learn about groundbreaking technology, security trends and policies affecting the industry.

For media inquiries, contact Laura Hubbard at 202.677.7406 or lhubbard@electran.org. For information about sponsorship, please contact Del Baker Robertson, 202.677.7404 or dbaker@electran.org.

Click here to register for TRANSACT, the world’s largest payments technology event.

About ETA

The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) is the global trade association representing more than 500 payments and technology companies. ETA members make commerce possible by processing more than $6 trillion in purchases in the U.S. and deploying payments innovation to merchants and consumers.

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