TreaSolution is happy to announce that Panini will be a Thought-Leadership Sponsor of the 2022 U.S. Fintech Symposium.
Panini will be delivering a session at next year's conference and Panini representatives will be exhibiting at the conference so attendees can learn more about their biometric authentication, payment product and software solutions.
Founded in Turin, Italy, Panini has enabled clients to capitalize on shifts in the global payments processing market for 75 years. Panini has a rich history of innovation, resulting in market leading solutions based on state-of-the-art engineering and ISO 9001 quality certified production. Panini improves customer efficiency and fraud prevention via trusted and innovative technologies for check truncation and secure identity. The company’s scalable check capture systems address the complete range of distributed capture opportunities, resulting in the world’s largest deployed base of scanners, and their expanding portfolio of secure identity technologies includes reliable, user-friendly options for identity verification and authentication. Panini operates on a global scale, and has a direct subsidiary in Dayton (OH), USA to cover strategic North American markets.
For more information visit: www.panini.com.
TreaSolution is happy to announce that CallMiner will be the exclusive Work Lounge Sponsor of the 2022 U.S. Fintech Symposium in Orlando. CallMiner's sponsorship will help provide a dedicate workspace at the U.S. Fintech Symposium for attendees to check in with colleagues, conduct Zoom meetings, answer emails and more!
CallMiner will also be demonstrating their industry thought-leadership by delivering a session at this year's conference. Additionally, CallMiner's representatives will be exhibiting at the conference so attendees can learn more about their powerful conversation analytic platform!
CallMiner is the global leader in conversation analytics to drive business performance improvement. Powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, CallMiner delivers the industry’s most comprehensive platform to analyze omnichannel customer interactions at scale, allowing organizations to interpret sentiment and identify patterns to reveal deep understanding from every conversation. By connecting the dots between insights and action, CallMiner enables companies to identify areas of opportunity to drive business improvement, growth and transformational change more effectively than ever before. CallMiner is trusted by the world’s leading organizations across retail, financial services, healthcare and insurance, travel and hospitality, and more. To learn more, visit CallMiner.com, read the CallMiner blog, or follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
TreaSolution is happy to announce that Coviant Software will be an Event Exhibitor Sponsor of the 2022 U.S. Fintech Symposium!
Coviant Software's representatives will be available for meetings so attendees can learn more about their powerful Managed File Transfer software!
About Coviant Software
Founded in 2004, Coviant Software delivers Managed File Transfer software that integrates smoothly with business processes, so you can more easily automate and control secure file transfer processes while reducing business risk.
Diplomat Managed File Transfer software is built on industry standards, such as OpenPGP, secure FTP (SFTP and FTPS), SMTP, and SQL, to slip painlessly into your IT infrastructure. And, when technical problems with secure file transfers crop up, Diplomat Managed File Transfer software gives file transfer administrators the tools to resolve them quickly before they become business issues.
Coviant Software solutions improve the productivity of file transfer administrators. With other solutions, file transfer experts must painstakingly program each step in a secure file transfer job using events, triggers, and do loops. Diplomat Managed File Transfer software uses Intelligent File Transfer™ design with embedded secure file transfer logic, so file transfer experts can quickly design and deploy file transfer jobs. And, better design means fewer errors and less time spent troubleshooting failed transfers.
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Sponsorship packages for the U.S. Fintech Symposium have been published on our website:
Most of U.S. Fintech Symposium sponsorship packages include 1-on-1 meeting facilitation, high-profile branding opportunities, thought-leadership opportunities, executive activation and more!
Furthermore, TreaSolution looks forward to hosting TWO U.S. Fintech Symposium's in 2022:
If you would like to schedule a 30-minute zoom meeting to learn more, please visit: https://calendly.com/usfs/30min
The Call for Speakers is open for the 2022 U.S. Fintech Symposium being held in Orlando, Florida on May 3rd & 4th, 2022.
We are seeking speaking proposals from fintech thought-leaders who are interested in sharing their experiences, best practices, case-studies and/or research. There are two speaking options: 1.) a 50-minute presentation and/or 2.) a panel discussion. The ideal speaker will have extensive industry experience and be willing to share information about their session and the conference on social media.
Learn more at: https://www.fintechsymposium.com/call-for-speakers.html
TreaSolution is proud to announce that Live Earth will be a Event Exhibitor Sponsor of the 2022 U.S. Fintech Symposium. Live Earth representatives will be available for meetings so attendees can learn more about their Real-Time Awareness Platform.
About Live Earth
Live Earth is a data synchronization tool that seamlessly fuses together millions of real-time data sources and time series data onto an intuitive, interactive data visualization map.
The platform provides an increased level of business intelligence visualization with real-time alerts to critical situations allowing organizations to respond quickly, increasing safety and improving operational effectiveness. By stitching together data from multiple sources, sensors and systems that include business indicators, internal and external data sources, weather, traffic cameras, IoT devices, transportation, video management and more, organizations are able to make better decisions with increased awareness and insights like never before. Additional data systems include surveillance systems, location aware sensors, cameras, drones, microsats, connected vehicles and more.
Live Earth's business intelligence tool breaks down your data silos, consolidates the information, eliminates the noise through configurable alerts, and displays your data on one operational view, giving you the actionable knowledge you need to act fast.
TreaSolution is happy to announce that the next U.S. Fintech Symposium will be held at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida! Early "No Risk" Registration is currently available. Interested in becoming a sponsor of the U.S. Fintech Symposium? Our new sponsorship packages are published on our website. We'd be happy schedule a zoom meeting to discuss the benefits of sponsoring the U.S. Fintech Symposium in more detail.
TreaSolution is happy to announce that Box will be the exclusive Fintech Playback Sponsor of the 2021 U.S. Fintech Symposium. Box's sponsorship will help enable the recording and posting of conference session on FintechSymposium.com. Further, Box will be demonstrating their industry thought-leadership by delivering a sessions at this year's conference titled, "Challenges and Opportunities When Using Cloud Solutions for Client Onboarding Services."
Box (NYSE:BOX) is a leading cloud content management platform that enables organizations to accelerate business processes, power workplace collaboration, and protect their most valuable information, all while working with a best-of-breed enterprise IT stack. Founded in 2005, Box simplifies work for 69% of the Fortune 500, including AstraZeneca, General Electric, JLL, and Nationwide. Box is headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with offices across the United States, Europe, and Asia. To learn more about Box, visithttp://www.box.com.
TreaSolution is happy to announce that OpenSymmetry will be a Thought-Leadership Sponsor of the 2021 U.S. Fintech Symposium. OpenSymmetry will be demonstrating their industry thought-leadership by delivering a sessions at this year's conference titled, "Common Mistakes / Pitfalls When Automating Incentive Compensation Programs for Fintechs & Financial Services." Further, OpenSymmetry's representatives will be available so attendees can learn more about their Sales Performance Management technology consulting services.
OpenSymmetry enables clients to achieve greater operational efficiency and get better sales results. OpenSymmetry is a global consulting company specializing in the planning, implementation, and optimization of industry leading technology suppliers of sales performance management solutions.
Blog Post Authors: Sarah Sargent & Andrew Spillane from Godfrey & Kahn
The benefits of start-up financial technology companies partnering with established market participants, such as banks, credit unions, and finance companies, are endless. Yet, the conservative and risk-averse nature of financial institutions and the agencies regulating them can hinder innovative partnerships with fintech. In contrast to a software developer’s typically more nimble approaches, a regulated financial institution’s project plan can be thorough, lengthy, and cautious:
when negotiating financial technology contracts and strategies to resolve them. Tackling each issue will help fintech and financial intuitions forge successful partnerships.
Clearly Define Expectations
This issue gets to the core issues of how the relationship will be conceptualized and implemented. The agreement should address issues such as:
Confidentiality and Information Security are Critical
When handling customer information, confidentiality and information security will be critical. Regulators have started emphasizing the value of the FFIEC cybersecurity assessment tool (“CAT”), with some examiners requiring their institutions to meet specified maturity levels. Even for digitally native fintech companies, these requirements can be highly perspective. With
the right negotiation approach, fintech companies can sell the institution on what protocols they currently have in place and the means by which the protocols are tested, and then the institution can make a risk-based decision regarding the security procedures to prioritize.
Determine Appropriate Ownership and Permissions around Intellectual Property
The parties will need to document the ownership and use of intellectual property. Typically, the fintech company owns the intellectual property and the institution has a limited license to use it. But, when fintech solutions are jointly developed, this discussion becomes more complicated. A fintech company, particularly a smaller, less diversified startup, will need to retain ownership or other rights in the intellectual property to ensure freedom to market the product to others. The institution, by contrast, will see resale of the jointly developed intellectual property as an opportunity for their competitors to benefit from their investment or, if the fintech retains ownership, an opportunity to prevent the institution from marketing a similar product to its customer after the contract ends. The parties may therefore negotiate exclusivity provisions with reasonable boundaries around time, geography, and scope and license provisions with specific permissions around use.
Negotiate Appropriate Risk Allocations
The parties will need to negotiate appropriate risk allocations. This can be done through warranties, limits on liability, and indemnification provisions. This is especially important when a fintech company is providing a product the institution then markets to its customers. Since the institution is ultimately responsible for the acts of its third party service providers in the eyes of the regulators, it will look to its service providers to share in the responsibility should issues arise. At the same time, liability exposure can result in revenue recognition issues or, worse, the potential for a single customer relationship to put the company’s long-term viability at risk. Well-drafted warranties, limits on liability provisions, and indemnification provisions can protect the fintech company, while providing protection to the financial institution for certain higher risk priorities, like intellectual property infringement, security breaches, and serious instances of misconduct.
Don’t Underestimate the “Check the Box” Provisions
Typically, institutions include routine, “check the box” issues under institutions’ vendor management policies that are not often controversial. These provisions often include language that the fintech company will comply with ongoing due diligence monitoring requests, submit to the oversight and information requests of an institution’s examiners, and in the case of banks
acting as federal contractors, equal opportunity clauses. These miscellaneous provisions are important from a regulatory perspective and should not be overlooked.
These issues, and more, will be discussed in-depth by Andrew Spillane and Sarah Sargent at their 2021 U.S. Fintech Symposium session titled, "How To Get To Yes: Managing Contract Negotiation in Fintech."
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Great news! The 2021 U.S. Fintech Symposium will be held at the Rosen Centre in Orlando, Florida!
The new conference venue will provide attendees with larger meeting rooms, exhibit hall and networking spaces. The conference dates will remain the same: September 23rd & 24th.
Early registration is still available for a limited time. Register today!
LiveVox will also be demonstrating their industry thought-leadership by delivering a session at this year's conference. Additionally, LiveVox's representatives will be exhibiting at the conference so attendees can learn more about their next-generation contact center platform and more!
LiveVox is the only one-stop-shop for true omnichannel engagement that unifies modern channels, CRM, and WFO functionality into a single cloud customer engagement platform to optimize the customer experience in today’s digital age. Facilitating over 14B interactions annually, LiveVox makes omnichannel easy by unifying all conversations and interactions in one place. With new features released quarterly, LiveVox remains at the forefront of cloud contact center innovation. Supported by over 450 employees and rapidly growing, we are headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Atlanta, Denver, Bangalore, and Colombia.
To learn more, visit LiveVox.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Businesses are built by the experiences they provide, and every day millions of those experiences are delivered by Avaya Holdings Corp. (NYSE: AVYA). Avaya is shaping what's next for the future of work, with innovation and partnerships that
deliver game-changing business benefits. Avaya's cloud communications solutions and multi-cloud application ecosystem power personalized, intelligent, and effortless customer and employee experiences to help achieve strategic ambitions and
desired outcomes. Together, Avaya is committed to help grow your business by delivering Experiences that Matter.
Ekata provides global identity verification solutions via enterprise-grade APIs for automated decisioning, and Pro Insight, a SaaS solution for manual review for cross-border businesses to grow revenue by maximizing their predictability of good transactions. Ekata’s product suite is powered by the Ekata Identity Engine (EIE), the first and only cross-border identity verification engine of its kind. It uses complex machine learning algorithms across the five core consumer attributes of email, phone, name (person or business), physical address, and IP, to derive unique data links and features from billions of real-time transactions within the Ekata proprietary network and the data licensed from a broad spectrum of global providers. Businesses around the world including Alipay, Microsoft, and Stripe leverage our product suite to increase approvals of more good transactions, reduce customer friction at account opening, and find fraud.
New Session Announcement: Challenges & Opportunities When Using Cloud Solutions for Client Onboarding & Services
Attendees will also learn about some of the pitfalls involved in building out best in class Cloud solutions for the customer base of the future.
Learn more about Vaneet's presentation. Early registration discounts are current available! Register today!
Haley is a graduate of Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan with a degree in Communication and minors in Event Management and Professional Sales.
Haley has a passion for working with people and being able to put together an event where they will make connections and memories to last a lifetime. Whether it be a simple business meeting, or a networking convention, she sees these gatherings as not only important business ventures, but also opportunities to enrich an attendee’s life through meaningful connections.
Haley and her family recently moved from Michigan to New Jersey and she is excited to work with TreaSolution to continue to grow the U.S. Fintech Symposium and it's mission of discussing "practical fintech solutions."
If you would like contact Haley about participating in the 2021 U.S. Fintech Symposium, she can be emailed directly at email@example.com.
New Session Announcement: Cryptography in a Quantum World - Will Financial Transactions & Data Be Safe?
Quantum computing promises significant breakthroughs that benefit all human kind in science, medicine, financial services, and more. But what does quantum computing mean for financial transactions and data security?
Gregg Hoffer, CEO of Coviant Software, will be discussing this important topic next September at the U.S. Fintech Symposium. Learn more about Greg's presentation.
Early registration discounts are current available! Register today!