Money20/20 on the horizon for PAY.ON

By Michael Doron on 10. October 2014 in Conferences and Events, Inside PAY.ON
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Money20/20, one of the biggest dates on the payments and financial services calendar, is rapidly approaching. The event, which takes place in Las Vegas, November 2-5, has quickly become a must-attend in the payments industry and 2014 promises to live up to expectations, bringing together more than 6000 attendees from over 50 countries. In the space of three years Money20/20 has become a global event, with representatives from hundreds of companies attending. As a global payment enabler, it’s therefore vital for PAY.ON to be part of the conversation.

Since PAY.ON opened its first North American subsidiary in New York in March 2014, it has been possible to collaborate more closely with our North American clients, addressing the specific needs of the market. Money20/20 presents a chance to meet with existing clients and partners, plus the opportunity to highlight the benefits of PAY.ON’s white-label payment technologies to payment service providers who are looking for the right solutions to take their merchants global.

Omni-channel is sure to be a talking point once again, especially given recent developments in mobile and contactless payments, plus we’re anticipating a lot of interest in cross-border opportunities in the LATAM market. B2C eCommerice sales in Latin America are expected to increase 20% between 2014 and 2015, based on strong consumer spending and the continued shift from cash to electronic payment. However, penetrating these fast-growing eCommerce markets presents many regulatory complexities, making it a challenge for merchants and payment service providers.

PAY.ON works closely with allpagoin order to offer suitable payment solutions in Latin America. Specializing in local payment methods and payment processing, allpago have established themselves as an expert provider for merchants interested in this region. allpago will be sponsoring and exhibiting at Money20/20, providing merchants and payment service providers with an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of what’s needed to succeed when expanding into LATAM markets.

As Money20/20 draws closer, we’ll be taking a closer look at the diverse program of speakers and keynotes and picking out what we believe will be the highlights of this year’s event.

 

 

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