Consult Hyperion’s 20th Annual Forum
Tomorrow’s Transactions 2017 is now over. It was an amazing, informative and successful two days. Attendees discussed and debated topics covering Identity, Payments, Transit and Inclusion.
This was our twentieth year of our annual Forum so we used it as an opportunity both to look back at the lessons that have been learned across those two decades as well as an opportunity to look forward and see where new technology might take our world of transactions. Thanks to the generosity of sponsors this year — Vocalink, Worldpay, Paysafe Group and Olswang— who made it all possible.
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Day 1 – Wednesday 26th April 2017
09.30 – What does the store of the future look like?
Nick Telford-Reed, Worldpay
10.00 – Streamlining Web Payments
Ian Jacobs, W3C
14:45pm – Future of digital onboarding in developed and emerging markets
Husayn Kassai, Onfido
Day 2 – Thursday 27th April 2017
14.00 – Lessons from Large-Scale Deployment
Ben Whitaker, Masabi
14.30 – Case study – Buses and Beacons
James Bennett, TfN
Here are few genuine comments!
“I was very impressed with the speakers you put together and learned a lot over the last two days”
“The panels were very impressive and most interesting”
“Many thanks for the wonderful two days, learned a lot from insightful & wide-ranging perspectives”
“Those were some of the best payments talks and panels I’ve seen”
“Kudos for curating an engaging, informative, entertaining [Forum]”
“A heartfelt thank you for an interesting and deeply funny and very disturbing day! ”
“Congratulations to you and your team for a super two day conference”
“I like it when I go to a conference and I have to think rather than just have Powerpoints wash over me”
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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