Almis Ledas, EnStream’s COO, will be participating in a panel discussion titled “Commercial Adoption and Omni-channel Integration for Mobile Devices” at the International Payment Conference in Toronto on April 9th.
Mobile is changing, among other things, the way we pay, the way banks and retailers interact, and the way customers shop. This discussion will focus on both the opportunities and the uncertainties ahead.
While there is no longer any doubt that payments are migrating to the mobile device, the migration path and the end state are still very fluid. Mobile devices, to varying degrees are being used for retail proximity payments, on-line e-commerce transactions, loyalty programs, and as interfaces to “wearables” across different segments. Commercial adoption is still embryonic and results have been very situation specific. We are seeing only initial efforts at omni-channel integration. Mobile will change, among other things, the way we pay, the way banks and retailers interact, and the way customers shop. With so much uncertainty and so much opportunity, where are the established industry players and new entrants to start?