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Explore our dynamic solutions-focused exhibit hall

New additions make the breadth of solutions on the exhibit floor the best yet with opportunities designed to meet your needs. 

Exhibit Hall Hours (Hours subject to change)

Monday: 10:20 AM-4:20 PM and 5:30-7:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:30-11:30 AM and 1:00-4:25 PM

Collaboration Center

Sponsored by

This new area on the exhibit hall floor brings together industry stakeholders for an environment of learning, networking, and exchanging of ideas on valuable topics specific to a targeted audience. These groups will include fintechs, corporate end users, payments professionals with five years or less experience, small-to-medium sized financial institutions and government agencies.

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Innovation Hub

These fast-paced, interactive demonstrations debut the next wave of payments industry innovations.

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Smarter Faster Payments Zone

Sponsored by

Hear from diverse smarter and faster payments leaders as they solve today’s and tomorrow’s payments problems through forward-looking solutions in a theater setting. Events in the Zone will include targeted education sessions, fast-paced demos, and lively discussions on advancements in the world of faster payments.

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Sponsored video - Fiserv

Collaboration Center Sessions

Monday, April 20

Fintech to Fintech: What’s Working for You?

10:30 AM-11:00 AM

Moderated by a member of the Payments 2020 Conference Planning Committee, this session is for fintechs, by fintechs. Attendees have a lively discussion on the top-of-mind topics within the fintech community. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your partnerships with industry organizations? How can they be improved? No matter for discussion is too small, this is your chance to engage with your fellow fintech providers and walk away with new ideas on how to succeed in the evolving payments space.

Moderated by: Shawn Princell
President, Cash Flow Solutions Inc.


Briefing: Rethinking B2C Disbursements to Experience Business Growth

11:20 AM-11:45 AM

Today’s culture is increasingly on-demand. And with this trend comes growing pressure from consumers to receive business-to-consumer (B2C) disbursements more quickly. According to new research, companies would be well-served by meeting this demand. This briefing session shares data found from recent survey and discusses the various ways faster payments provides opportunities for business growth.    

Questions answered in this session:

  1. How do consumers want to receive payments from businesses today?
  2. Which faster payments solutions do consumers prefer most for disbursements?


Curtis Webb
Vice President, Emerging Payments - Product Management, MetaBank

 

Briefing: P2P Payments: Ensuring Consumer Confidence & Protection

11:45 AM-12:10 PM

Some of the same qualities that make peer-to-peer payments so appealing can expose users to risks to their privacy, data security, and finances. Consumer Reports tested some of the most popular P2P apps, conducted focus groups of users, and reviewed complaints filed with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to evaluate the current marketplace. CR found a confusing thicket of overlapping and uncoordinated legal agreements, financial regulations and consumer protections governing these popular apps. 

Questions answered by this session:

  1. What are some of the potential risks to users of P2P apps? 
  2. What can policymakers do to ensure consumer confidence and protection with P2P apps?

 

Christina Tetreault
Senior Policy Counsel, Consumer Reports


At the Beginning: A Path for New Payments Professionals

12:30 PM-1:00 PM

The amount of change happening in the payments space is constant, it’s hard to keep up. And when you’re new to the industry, staying on top of the changes while trying to navigate a clear career path can be downright daunting. Join other industry newbies and learn from seasoned payments professionals about succeeding in an ever-evolving space.

Moderated by: Jen Wasmund, AAP, CTP, NCP
Senior Manager, Enterprise Payments Risk Management, Capital One


Stories from the Corporate World

3:30 PM-4:00 PM

Corporate attendees, would you like some one-on-one time with other end users? Attend this session in the Collaboration Center and your wish is our command. Driven by discussion between corporate end users, the goal of this session is to provide attendees with a chance to learn from one another on ways to improve the corporate experience in payments. What has been working for your organization? What could be going better? And what still does not seem to have a solution in sight? Share your stories and receive feedback from your peers.

Moderated by: Julia Hager
Enterprise Billing Manager, Allstate Insurance Company


Tuesday, April 21

Making the Most of Your Resources: Small & Medium FIs

9:45 AM-10:15 AM

Resources are precious, especially if your financial institution is small or medium in size. How do you make the most of what you have? What are ways to push beyond any current restraints? Other small and medium size FIs have been there, now is your chance to learn from them. Take solutions back to your institution that will propel you forward with the industry, not get stuck behind. Bring your questions and prepare to engage in lively conversation.

Moderated by: Brian Dao, AAP
Assistant Vice President, Electronic Payments, Commerce Bank


Assembling & Retaining Top Talent in the AI World

10:30 AM-11:20 AM

Drawing from the analysis of nearly 80 AI vendor products in banking, and nearly 50 internal AI initiatives at large financial institutions, the speaker explores the difference between AI hype and real ROI in payment tech. This briefing uses visual elements to highlight AI's impact on payment processes, and unearth critical near-term trends that banking and finserv leaders need to know.    

Questions answered in this session: 

  1. How can your organization attract and retain employees from younger generations to ensure continuity of institutional knowledge? 
  2. How can data tracking methodologies be used to assess employee contributions to your organization?

Nicole Meyer
Founder & Managing Partner, The Meyer Partnership


Making Sense of Regulatory & Legislative Changes

3:15 PM-3:45 PM

If you work for a government agency, make sure you attend this session. As the payments industry continues on a fast path towards new and changing payments mechanisms the regulatory requirements are called into question as to what applies to whom, how the pace of regulatory changes don’t necessarily move at the same speed, and how the ever-evolving political landscape might impact the environment. This session brings together federal, state and local government agency stakeholders to discuss the effect of emerging innovation in payments.

Moderator to be announced

Innovation Hub Solutions Schedule

Monday, April 20

10:25-10:40 AM — Guardian Analytics
10:41-11:12 AM — Fiserv

12:30-12:45 PM  — Comforte
12:46-1:01 PM — Q2
1:02-1:17 PM — Icon Solutions

3:25-3:40 PM — NICE Actimize
3:41-3:56 PM  — Treasury Software
 

Tuesday, April 21

9:35-9:50 AM — Finastra
9:51-10:06 AM — Visa
10:07-10:22 AM — LexisNexis Risk Solutions

Smarter Faster Payments Zone Schedule

Monday, April 20

How Growth in Payables Automation Can Reduce Manual Payment Exceptions

10:25 AM-11:15 AM | Track: Corporate & End User Perspectives

Some of the obstacles to achieving automated posting include payments received without the necessary remittance data, separate remittance advices sent by email or posted to payer portals, inaccurate or incorrectly formatted remittance data, manual data capture, and unauthorized discounts and deductions. These challenges result in low automated posting rates, resulting in high exception volumes and costly manual processing. Using latest cutting edge AI tools combined with robotic process automation, this challenge can be solved. This session explains how.

Questions answered by this session:

  1. What is an integrated receivables solution?
  2. How can such a solution streamline receivables processing across payment types, resulting in higher automated application rates?

Karin Farnsworth
Integrated Receivables Product Head, Wells Fargo

Sandeep Ahuja
Emerging Receivables - Product Head, Wells Fargo


Strength in Numbers: How Collaboration Is Key to Creating a Smarter, Faster Payments Experience

12:25 PM-1:15 PM | Track: Practical Strategies, Real Results

Innovation should be a continuous process, particularly in financial services. With the competition from both fintech outsiders and megabanks, community FIs are under more pressure than ever to improve their offerings – especially digital payment experiences. With available technology such as artificial intelligence and automation, innovation has sprung up from every corner of the industry. Faced with these choices in a highly competitive environment, FIs need to carefully evaluate how to collaborate with other FIs and with technology providers to deliver faster, smarter payments. This session shows attendees the value of collaboration in payments innovation.    

Questions answered in this session:

  1. Why is collaboration so important when creating a better payments experience? 
  2. What should companies look for in potential partners?

 

Fran Duggan
CEO, Payrailz

Dan Rousseve
Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Teachers Credit Union


Lessons Learned in Seamless Mobility

2:30 PM-3:20 PM | Track: Disruptive Ideas & Technologies

Billions of dollars have been invested in mobility companies over the last 10 years, which – combined with strong consumer interest – has accelerated innovation. In turn, innovation is driving change in consumer behavior and influencing everything from new products sold to new modes of transportation to smart cities and seamless payments. The way we move is changing – and changing fast.

Attend this session to learn what's ahead.

Questions answered by this session:

  1. How has connected mobility evolved over the last year?
  2. What should companies and brands do to prepare for the next wave of innovation in connected mobility?

 

Benoit Reliquet
President, North America, Flowbird

Yona Shtern
CEO, Arrive


Demos

3:25-3:40 PM — Visa
3:45-4:00 PM — IBM

Tuesday, April 21

Powering New Experiences with APIs

9:35 AM-10:25 AM | Track: Corporate & End User Perspectives

APIs are used virtually everywhere in our daily lives to power unique experiences by aggregating data from multiple systems, companies and processes. The API wave is now crashing into the financial industry, and financial institutions are reimagining product delivery and access to their products through APIs. But, by far the greatest benefit is allowing clients to create new, unique and differentiated user experiences. This session assists attendees in understanding how APIs are a powerful solution for businesses to differentiate the client experience by presenting real-life use cases and reviewing examples of the new experiences API power.

Questions answered by this session:

  1. How can your organization leverage APIs to create a competitive advantage?
  2. What are some new user experiences that financial institution APIs have created?

 

Robert May
VP Digital Channels Product Team Manager, PNC Bank