Secure Technology Alliance 2018 Payments Summit Analyzes Future Of Payments

Posted On: 1/20/2018

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PRINCETON JUNCTION, NJ -- Thought leaders from all sectors of the payments industry will convene at the Secure Technology Alliance's 11th annual Payments Summit to discuss and analyze the latest industry trends. The event will be held Mar. 26-29 at the Omni Orlando Resort at Champions Gate in Orlando, FL.

Session topics will include new developments involving EMV chip technology, contactless payments, e-commerce, faster payments, mobile wallets, wearables and emerging IoT payments, blockchain, and the future of transit contactless payment systems.
    
2018 will mark the first time that the U.S. Payments Forum will jointly hold its All-Member Meeting at the Payments Summit, bringing together more than 250 payments industry leaders from more than 150 member organizations including global brands, financial institutions, retailers, processors, mobile wallets providers and payments industry technology and service providers.
 
It will also be the third time that the Secure Technology Alliance and the International Card Manufacturing Association are co-locating events, giving showgoers a broader perspective from the core manufacturing and personalization of a card to the rapid evolution in secure payments.
 
"The Payments Summit is the only payments event that provides practical, actionable business and technical information that can be used to develop strategies and plans for implementing new payments technologies," said Secure Technology Alliance executive director Randy Vanderhoof.
 
The Payments Summit will kick off with keynote sessions featuring industry experts from leading payments transaction infrastructures: EMV chip card, mobile, digital and transit payments. In addition, there will be roundtable panels featuring many of the top executives from U.S. Payments Forum organizations covering the changing payments landscape from the perspectives of payments issuers, merchants and a mix of stakeholders.

On the second and third day of the Payments Summit, a total of five separate educational tracks with more than 100 speakers will cover payments solutions, technology, transportation payments, future payments solutions, and a fintech new technologies showcase.

Click here to see the full agenda.