Speakers represent organisations such as Fumdamo, iVeri, Nextzon, Virtual Mobile Technologies, Mobey Forum, Digital Solutions Group, CASSIS International, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe, Verviant , AIMS, University Of Pretoria, Integrated Processing Solutions, Blue Label Telecoms, Safaricom, Nedbank , The Blue Group, Econet, Western Union, S1 Corporation, Wizzit and Kingdom Bank.
Sharlee Vickery, Conference Producer - Trade Conferences International – said that, as more and more Africans embrace and become accustomed to mobile banking, this will necessitate innovations in technology and strategy to keep up with the developments.
“In a country where more than 6,5 million credit cards are in circulation and consumers spend more than R10 billion using them, mobile banking opportunities are surely going to change the landscape of banking as we know it.”
Personnel that would benefit from attending the conference are personnel from the banking sector dealing with mobile banking and payments. If you are dealing with IT, channel management, service delivery, customer service, technology, mobile banking, internet banking, community banking, cards etc, then this your chance to learn more about this emerging market and also get the chance to network with speakers and colleagues in the industry.
TCI’s marketing manager - Piece Ndungane, said that the conference will be held alongside an exhibition that will be showcasing the latest products and services that enable banks to reach out to the “unbanked”
“The normal fee per delegate is R8 500.00 + VAT, but if you book before end of November 2010 you will save R2000.”
Register now by calling TCI on 011 803-0009. For more details about the conference or to receive a registration form email email@example.com