Payments Modernization Game Plan: Moving Forward with Existing Infrastructure
If we learned anything from the last year, it’s that the payments space is ripe for innovation, and there are plenty of technology options designed to help you deliver the experiences your customers demand. However, a significant challenge is how to take advantage of that opportunity without disrupting the technology you have—and the user experiences it already delivers. Investments in new payment types and technology need to be balanced against maintaining existing infrastructure that is critical to clients.
Please join Aite Group and Alacriti, on April 28 at 2:00 p.m. ET for an in-depth discussion hosted by PaymentsSource on strategy development and how to move forward, with a focus on:
Use cases most important to your clients, and how to prioritize them with technology in mind
Making strategic investments that not only provide short-term solutions but are scalable and flexible long-term
How to prioritize introducing new payments types while maintaining support for existing payment types
Where to look for cost efficiencies and where to look for payments profitability
Obstacles to payments innovation efforts
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Erika Baumann, Sr. Analyst, Aite Group
Erika Baumann serves as a senior research analyst for Aite Group’s Wholesale Banking & Payments practice, focusing on payables and receivables technology and solutions. She has over 10 years of experience in the wholesale banking space, bringing expertise from both banking and fintech vendor positions. She has worked extensively with both U.S. and international banks, vendors, and the clients of each to identify market opportunities and implement technology solutions.
Mark Ranta, CTP, Payments Practice Lead, Alacriti
As Payments Practice Lead at Alacriti, Mark serves as an expert for all things Payments. Prior to Alacriti, Mark served as Head of Digital Banking Solutions at another major payments Fintech, working closely with financial institutions discussing, exploring, and examining market trends and key drivers in the evolving digital solutions space with a key focus on mobile, tablet, and the future of wearable technology.