Payments Strategy Bootcamp 2017
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Do You Have a Clearly Defined Payments Strategy?
Do You Have a Clearly Defined Payments Strategy?

Between changing customer behavior, the debut of new payment technologies and the influx of nimble fintech participants, traditional financial institutions are starting to lose their stronghold on the payments ecosystem.

If recent changes to the payments industry are setting off red flags within your institution, you’re not alone. A recent study from the American Bankers Association found that 87% of banks do not have a formalized payments strategy. To assist in clarifying this roadmap and in response to market demand, PaymentsSource has created the Payments Strategy Online Boot Camp. This three-day web seminar series is intended to help entire teams develop strategies and operating models to work with core service providers, collaborate with fintechs, improve payments infrastructure and develop a comprehensive payments strategy.

What You'll Get:
What You'll Get:

· 5+ hours of content over three days focused on actionable payments strategies for banks and credit unions
· Each session will be followed by a short quiz so participants can gauge their progress throughout the course
· Successful participants will receive a PaymentsSource Payments Strategy Boot Camp Certificate of Completion
· Webinars will be available for viewing both live, with Q&A, and in archived format
· Team discounts for your colleagues to join you

Latest Findings...Proven Tactics
Latest Findings...Proven Tactics

Whether you’re looking to take on initiatives involving your card products, mobile payments, P2P or real-time payments efforts, this webinar series will provide you with the latest findings and proven tactics from leading industry executives to help you define your payments roadmap. This webinar series will enable you to:

· Work with your core service provider to create and execute upon your strategy
· Transform ingrained policies and practices to build a new approach to payment and distribution channels
· Understand how the shift in consumer behavior, attitudes and expectations is impacting the payments competitive landscape
· Build the business case to make capital investments in new technology initiatives to improve customer retention and acquisition
· Prepare your organization to work with APIs and overcome restraints of working with third-party system providers
· Free up resources to execute your revamped payments strategy

Schedule at a Glance
Schedule at a Glance
Presented by:
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Majors
Leon Majors
Senior Vice President, President, Phoenix Payments Systems Practice
Majors

Mr. Majors is the founder of Phoenix Marketing International Payments Systems Practice research division, and has more than thirty years of consulting and project management experience covering many areas of banking and technology research, including managing an annual ATM industry tracking study since 1980 and a Consumer Payments Preferences study which has run for more than 10 years. Each year, Mr. Majors and his group interviews thousands of banks, thousands of corporations and tens of thousands of consumers on all aspects of the payments landscape. Phoenix Payment Systems Practice’s primary research efforts include analysis and forecasting to measure and project the impact of emerging technologies on the use of traditional banking and payment systems and services. This effort includes annual tracking studies in ATMs, Mobile Banking, Branch Technology, and B2B and Consumer Payments. Mr. Majors has managed over 200 projects in financial services research.

Mr. Majors is a noted industry speaker with appearances at industry conferences including the National Postal Forum, Bank Administration Institute (BAI), NACHA, IFO/TAWPI and Smart Card Alliance events and conferences. For the past several years, Mr. Majors has been a member of the Board of Advisors to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Survey of Consumer Payment Choices.

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