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  - Mobile Ticketing
  - Cloud-based Ticketing
  - Ticketing-as-a-Service

Contactless card-based automated fare collection (AFC) is the traditional way for PTOs to reduce costs and improve profitability of revenue management. Now they are also under pressure to offer new mobile and Internet-driven transport payments and information services demanded by customers. But, the flexibility to quickly and easily offer new services is not typically a feature of legacy transport ticketing infrastructures. This session explores how mobile ticketing, cloud-based ticketing and ticketing-as-a-service can provide new ways to deliver the lower costs and simple operations which many PTOs require, while also enabling the innovative transport payments and passenger services required by customers today.

Ravi Jain, Director, Paycraft Solutions
Ravi Jain is the Director of Paycraft Solutions which he co-founded in 2013 as a payment solutions provider to banks, global consulting companies, transit operators, payment processors, card and device manufacturers. Previously Ravi consulted for financial institutions and other corporates in the areas of cards and payments and worked on innovative solutions in the transit industry, on mergers and acquisitions strategy, integration strategy, rationalization programs and EMV strategy and roadmaps. Prior to this he spent 6 years in retail banking in roles ranging from software development to business analysis. He has a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics.
Anuj Goel, General Manager - Head (AFC), Mumbai Metro One Pvt. Ltd.
Anuj Goel is the Head for Automatic Fare Collection (AFC -General Manager) department in Mumbai Metro One Pvt. Ltd. He has a rich experience of 15+ years into designing, integration and implementation of Hardware & Software of various AFC systems. Mr. Goel is a Computer Science Engineer by passion with an MBA in Operation to excel in his passion. He joined Mumbai Metro One as an Engineer and grew up to be a General Manager. In the last 3 years he has taken various initiatives for opening new payment gateways like PayTm, Ridler etc, Designed and implemented QR Code based mobile Ticketing system for Mumbai Metro One.

*Transport Operators, banks and representatives from government agencies are entitled to 2 free passes per organisation to attend.

Over 160 delegates are now registered for Transport Payments South Asia.
The venue has limited capacity and registration will close on 20 February - if you have not yet registered then you are advised to do so as soon as possible while there is still space.

Transport Payments South Asia 2018 provides excellent opportunities for leading technology and solution providers to communicate information about their company, their brand, and their products and services to end-users responsible for implementing and managing transport revenue collection schemes in India.

For details of available packages, contact Abhijit Sengupta at APSCA India, or Elaine Li at APSCA Asia Pacific:

Abhijit Sengupta, Director, APSCA India at [email protected] or at +91 98310 01116 / +91 98731 30155.
Elaine Li, Business Development Manager, APSCA Asia Pacific at [email protected] or at +86 13671773143.

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