18.05.2020
9.00 AM CET

Nordic Payment Trends Roundtable with Etteplan, G+D and Netcetera

Activities for PSPs/merchants and issuers in recent years have focused on preparing for PSD2 SCA. The migration to the newer EMV® 3DS protocols also took a lot of attention.

But the payments industry is not standing still and focusing only on security aspects. There are many new technologies that help improve the user experience on one side and increase conversion on the other.

Now is the time to address these issues and as a PSP / merchant or card issuer, plan your next steps as significant value can be leveraged for the end consumer and as a result, better performance.

This webinar will introduce these upcoming payment innovations such as eCom Tokenization, Push Provisioning, Secure Remote Commerce ("Click To Pay") and Delegated Authentication. The concepts, business setups and benefits will be outlined to help the audience get started with these topics.

We will bring together direct market feedback and years of mobile development experience from our partner Etteplan and expertise from Netcetera and G+D on the most relevant payment technologies.

Note: EMV® is a registered trademark in the U.S. and other countries and an unregistered trademark elsewhere. The EMV trademark is owned by EMVCo, LLC.


Speakers

Kurt Schmid

Marketing and Innovation Director Secure Digital Payments 

Andy Ramsden

Head of Global Solution Sales

 

Antti Ojaranta

Head of Retail and Payments, Business Architect, Apps and Cloud Solutions 

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