NEWTON, Mass., Sept. 9, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Paydiant executives Frank Liddy and Jed Rice will participate on two different panel discussions about mobile wallets at the Money Event at CTIA Super Mobility Week taking place September 9 – 11 in Las Vegas at the Sands Expo & Convention Center. The event will highlight the latest innovations in mobile, money and commerce through a combination of interactive conference sessions, panels, demonstrations, exhibit space and challenges.
Liddy, vice president and general manager at Paydiant, will lead a panel discussion titled New Payments Battlefield – FI Incumbents vs. Start Ups vs. Tech Players vs. Retailers vs. Branded Currency. Executives from CashStar, Marqeta, RBC Royal Bank and Sprint will join Liddy to discuss how mobility, analytics and cloud technologies are changing the payments landscape and what it means to consumers as well as existing and emerging players in the payments ecosystem. The session takes place on September 9th at 11:00 a.m.
Rice, senior vice president of business development at Paydiant, will participate in a panel session titled The Wallet Wars: 90 Wallets and $3B in Investments Later . . . Can Apple be the Saviour? Led by Javelin Research Retail Payment Practice Leader Nick Holland, this session will discuss the current state of mobile wallet adoption by consumers and merchants and consider the potential impact of new entrants like Apple. Rice will be joined on the panel by executives from Loop, Monitise and NXP. The session takes place on September 10th at 11:00 a.m.
Paydiant is the provider of a cloud-based, white label mobile payment, cardless ATM access, offer redemption and loyalty platform that enables merchants, banks, and payment processors to deploy and manage their own mobile payment and ATM access solutions under their own brand and on their own terms. Based on a patented, cloud-based transaction processing platform, the Paydiant solution enables the key stakeholders in the payments value chain – retailers, banks and payment processors – to control the next generation of payment solutions.
The offering has helped Paydiant establish a leadership position in the market and attracted a number of marquee customers including Subway, the world's largest retailer by number of locations; Capital One, one of the largest credit card issuers in the U.S.; FIS, the world's largest financial services technology provider; and MCX, a retailer consortium representing over 20% of U.S. retailer payment volume.
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