LOS ANGELES, Oct. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- payvia, Inc. announced today that it will participate in the upcoming CTIA Boardroom Series panel discussion entitled, "Mobile Commerce from the Enterprise IT Perspective," at MobileCon 2012 on October 10, at the San Diego Convention Center.
As part of the distinguished panel, Darcy Wedd, president of payvia, will share payvia's insight as a leading mobile payments provider on how mobile services and devices are used throughout the consumer buying cycle, while making the case for CIOs as to why they should consider integrating mobile payments into their existing infrastructure and business process.
Wedd and panel participants will also hold a lively discussion on how efficiency gains are being realized through mobile technology and provide examples that can be drawn from retail business into other verticals.
"Mobile Commerce from the Enterprise IT Perspective"
Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
San Diego Convention Center − Room 25
Darcy Wedd, President, payvia
Joseph Ferra, Chief Wireless Officer, Fidelity Investments
Eugene Signorini, Vice President of Mobile Insights Mobiquity
John Sims, President, Sybase 365
Shahid Ahmed, Senior Executive, Accenture (Moderator)
This panel is part of the CTIA Boardroom Series that focuses on mobility and how it is enhancing the way business is conducted today. The session will also feature higher degrees of interactivity among speakers and attendees, and facilitate exclusive networking opportunities to further drive engagement from across the mobile ecosystem to IT decision-makers.
To schedule a meeting at MobileCon with payvia, please contact email@example.com
payvia is a leading mobile and online payments company that allows consumers to make simple and secure payments via their mobile phone. By connecting directly to the carrier network, payvia enables consumers to pay for digital goods and services using their mobile phone, adding purchases directly to their carrier bill. Visit us at www.usepayvia.com.
payvia is headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in Seattle and Boston. payvia is backed by leading investors Silver Lake Sumeru, Montgomery & Co., and Trinity Ventures.
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