In a financial services career that dates back to 1983, Lou Anne Alexander has experienced many upheavals of the status quo of payment technology.
But few have had more meaning for the group president of payments at Early Warning than her current focus on younger consumers.
"One of the most valuable lessons I’ve learned revolves around the preferences our younger generation have for technology experiences," said Alexander, who has been named one of PaymentsSource's 2017 Most Influential Women in Payments. "Growing up digital, they expect fast, simple and safe solutions."
Studying the likes and dislikes of younger consumers has helped Alexander and her team shape major payments products.CONTINUE READING: LOU ANNE ALEXANDER