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We help our clients bridge the gap between business and technology by providing practical, impartial advice at all stages in a project life cycle, from the conceptual phase through to completion. We help organisations evaluate, prototype and design new business concepts, develop new products and services and test and certify complex systems using advanced techniques and fully-automated robotic test management.

Consult Hyperion’s 18th Annual Forum - 18th/19th March 2015

Tomorrow's Transactions

Will be held at The America Square Conference Centre, One America Square, London, UK.

Register now to secure your place - https://payprocess.chyp.com/ttforum

Some of our confirmed speakers include:

  • Nigel Dodd, Author of 'Social Life of Money'  
  • Heather Schlegal, Futurist
  • Kosta Peric, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 

View the full agenda here

The Forum is now in its eighteenth year, and once again promises the combination of discussion and debate, learning and fun, that has earned it the reputation as the place to be for people interested in the future of electronic transactions. It continues to be a unique event, where interaction and invention replace product announcements and "death by Powerpoint" sales pitches.

This year we are again moving the agenda forwards to look at drivers along the social, business and technological axes of change. And the Forum will once again feature the annual Future of Money art competition, the #Money pub quiz and following on from the success of last year's Mobile Money Breakout we are going to have two half-day parallel sessions: Financial Inclusion Deep Dive and Crypto Currency Deep Dive. All delegates will receive a complimentary copy of The Tomorrow's Transactions Reader 2015.

Here's what people said about last year's event (feedback results available for inspection as necessary!) at the same venue:

"Very thought provoking, engaging, entertaining and unlike any other conference".

"Coffee was terrible" (please note this will be addressed for 2015)

"Excellent: friendly, informative, stimulating, fun".

The Forum is a not-for-profit event that supports a variety of charities. 

Get the latest on Twitter at #ttforum

Download slides from last year's Forum here.

Beyond this annual event, the debate continues at our "Tomorrow's Transactions" blog where thought leadership on digital money and digital identity is combined with comment and practical reflection, and our "Tomorrow's Transactions" podcast series (also available via iTunes).

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