Posted March 10, 2016
HERNDON, Va., March 10, 2016 – NACHA—The Electronic Payments Association® announced today the presenters for its “Topical Talks” and “PAYMENTS 3D Innovation Hub” at the PAYMENTS 2016 conference taking place April 17-20 in Phoenix, Arizona.
PAYMENTS 2016 is the premier educational event for the payments industry. Financial institutions of all types and sizes, solution providers who are changing the market, corporate decision makers and government end-user customer organizations gather annually at the conference to network, learn how to improve their bottom line and increase their competitiveness to move the payments industry forward. Registration is available here.
The “Topical Talks” provide opportunities for small group chats around trending topics in the payments industry. The “PAYMENTS 3D Innovation Hub,” sponsored by Vizant, features fast-paced, interactive demonstrations that debut payments industry innovations.
“The theme for PAYMENTS 2016 is ‘New World. New Ideas. New Conversation,’” said Scott M. Lang, AAP, senior vice president, Association Services at NACHA. “The intimate industry discussions during our ‘Topical Talks,’ the next wave product and solution demonstrations during our ‘PAYMENTS 3D Innovation Hub,’ as well as our keynote speakers, all help to set the atmosphere for thoughtful and provocative dialogue around the future of payments.”
Companies presenting during the “Topical Talks” include:
The “PAYMENTS 3D Innovation Hub” features demonstrations from the following companies:
The “Topical Talks” and “PAYMENTS 3D Innovation Hub” complement the recently announced slate of PAYMENTS 2016 keynote speakers that includes four-time tech entrepreneur, hypergrowth CEO, New York Times bestselling author and venture capitalist Josh Linkner; Ford Motor Company Chief Futurist Sheryl Connelly; and Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman and mathematician John Urschel.
During the opening keynote on Monday, April 18, sponsored by VocaLink, Linkner will show leaders and organizations how to embrace the creativity, grit and vision of a startup and then channel that approach to drive growth, efficiency and customer satisfaction. Connelly will serve as the Monday afternoon keynote, sponsored by VASCO Data Security, divulging the “Confessions of a Corporate Futurist: Coming Trends That Will Revolutionize Your Business.”
On Tuesday, April 19, Urschel will discuss the dedication required for greatness during NACHA’s Payments System Awards Luncheon, sponsored by TD Bank, which recognizes outstanding innovative achievements in the payments industry.
Also at the Awards Luncheon, recipients of the NACHA Challenge’s $15,000 Judges’ Choice and $10,000 Audience Choice prizes will be announced. For more information about the NACHA Challenge and to access the submission guidelines, visit payments.nacha.org/NACHA-challenge. All submissions must be received by NACHA at email@example.com by 3 p.m. ET on Friday, March 25, 2016.
About PAYMENTS 2016
PAYMENTS 2016, which is taking place April 17-20 at the Phoenix Convention Center in Arizona, is a proven, well-respected, and powerful event that provides attendees with the latest research, industry pilot results, insights, trends and forecasts to support and drive payments innovation. Information is delivered through interactive educational sessions and workshops with renowned speakers from financial institutions, corporations, government agencies, legal and regulatory bodies, consulting and research firms, service providers and more. Content is organized along six newly identified tracks— ACH: Now & Next; Surety: Rules, Regs & Risk; Impact: Trends & Technology; Strategy: Plan & Position; Experiences: Corporate & Consumer; and Buzz: Disrupt & Debate – to address the topics of today that are impacting the payments space. In addition, a dynamic Exhibit Hall of industry leaders features top products and services shaping the future of payments. Registration is now open. To learn more about PAYMENTS 2016, visit payments.nacha.org.