BAI Payments Connect 2014 Conference & Expo

2014-03-10 - 2014-03-12
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BAI Payments Connect Conference & Expo will take you inside the mind of the consumer with provocative research, insights and perspectives to help you build an effective payments strategy and enabling you to strengthen customer relationships while preserving and growing revenue streams.

Attendee information
BAI Payments Connect is a unique conference experience that draws payments professionals from three vital areas of the industry – emerging payments strategies, payments fraud and check imaging. Join with your peers in taking a comprehensive look at shared challenges and broaden your understanding of the latest developments. You can focus on the topics most relevant for your specialty or branch out for new insights on trends in other parts of the industry.

Typical attendees include: 

  • Chairmen, CEOs, CFOs, CTOs & Group Heads
  • Retail Banking Executives
  • Online and Mobile Banking Strategists
  • Payments Czars and Strategists  
  • Payments and Operations Executives 
  • Channel Managers
  • Branch Managers
  • ATM/Debit, Credit & Smart Card Specialists
  • Internet Delivery, Mobile Banking & Electronic Commerce Officers
  • Check/Item Processing Officers
  • Call Center Supervisors
  • Compliance/Regulatory Officers
  • And others interested in bottom-line profitability
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Payments practitioners are at the center of change as they face crucial industry-wide challenges while adapting to the current regulatory environment. The BAI Payments Connect Expo will feature leading solutions providers from throughout the industry in an interactive setting with solutions that tackle these issues. From assessing the effects of social media on your business plans to implementing the Dodd-Frank Act and the Durbin Amendment, experience advanced technologies to solve your payments challenges.

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