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This session was intended for business leaders, product managers, and innovators looking for secure ways to move more of their traditional payments into the digital space. We covered best practices, case studies, and predictions about the future of the digital exchange of money.
Payment integration trends & best practices 2019
Thanks to everyone who joined us for this Daybreak event where we talked about the latest trends for secure digital payment integration, fraud prevention, and PCI compliance.
Cash is king. So the saying goes. Or, should we say … went. These days we hear more about Venmo, blockchain, and Braintree. Businesses grappling with the transition from traditional payment methods to digital payments have historically had to figure out how to integrate complex processes, multiple payment gateways and compliance practices that are secure enough to protect their customers and their business. With the right partners, the integration is becoming easier. However, consumers are demanding more convenient methods of payment than ever, and at the same time, digital fraud risk and compliance laws are ever increasing.
Senior Manager of Solution Engineering, PayPal
Payments & Blockchain Expert
Founder, The Influence Board
CEO, Dev IQ
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