On 13-14 November 2018, APSCA India will organise Digital Payments South Asia at the LaLit Mumbai Hotel.

The objective of this industry event is to explore best practices for accelerating the adoption of secure and efficient e-payments in India, within a changing payments ecosystem that includes both fintech and card-based payments.

The Question Everyone’s Asking
India’s payments industry is asking whether QR code mobile wallets and real-time mobile payments are the future of consumer payments and the key to driving e-payments acceptance. Fintechs, banks and even transport operators are aiming to leverage the simplicity and flexibility of mobile QR codes and the national real-time payments infrastructure. Although this may have been triggered by QR code payments in China, mobile payments in India is on a different and more innovative roadmap.
Card Payments or Real-Time Payments
Contactless payments are faster and more efficient than cash. EMV specifications enable proven security and international interoperability; contactless payment cards are the future of card payments at merchants and are becoming accepted by transport authorities for open-loop transit payments. But mobile real-time payments are growing faster than card payments in India today. How will these different consumer payments systems co-exist in the future?
Accelerating e-Payments
Both mobile real-time payments and contactless card payments support the objectives of the payments industry to expand e-payments by displacing cash for low value transactions. But which is likely to have a greater impact on the adoption of e-payments in India? From the perspective of customers, merchants and payment product providers, how will contactless payments fit with mobile payments and which approach is more likely to succeed in democratising e-payments?
  • Expanding e-payments acceptance
  • QR code mobile payments
  • Mobile wallets & interoperability
  • Real-time P2M & P2P payments
  • Financially inclusive payments
  • Push and pull payments
  • Outlook for payments banks
  • The future of card payments
  • Driving contactless payments
  • Open-loop payments in transit
  • Banks, fintechs, transport operators
  • Mobile card-based payments
  • Next-generation payment cards
  • Biometrics in payments
Digital Payments South Asia includes a focused technology exposition offering a limited number of opportunities for organisations providing payment services and solutions. Exhibitors will be able to demonstrate their payments services and acceptance solutions to financial institutions, payment schemes, e-payments companies and merchants from across Asia Pacific markets.

To learn how to participate in Digital Payments South Asia, please contact Abhijit Sengupta – Director of APSCA India at [email protected] or at +91 9831001116.
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