PayPal’s Jim Ciortan, Business Insider’s Evan Bakker, and Country Music’s Rick Monroe Join AP Technology Onstage; Vinding Helps Lead Blockchain Track
CHICAGO—August 29, 2016— Enterprises looking to hit the mother lode will be heading to Chicago this week for the retail-focused Mobile Payments Conference 2016. Tuesday, August 30 will include the highly anticipated panel titled, “Mobile Payments and Data in The Wild West: There’s Gold in Them Thar Bills!” Mobile payment experts Richard Love and Greg Wilfahrt from AP Technology will be joined onstage by special guests Jim Ciortan from payment powerhouse PayPal, along with BI Intelligence analyst, Evan Bakker, and Country Music star, Rick Monroe.
Actor/Producer Kevin McCorkle and Analyst Daniel Csoka Join Payments Pioneer AP Technology Onstage to Discuss Making Mobile Payments a Box Office Success for Businesses
PHOENIX and LAS VEGAS—April 18, 2016— Actor Kevin McCorkle has approximately 100 movie and TV appearances under his belt, performing alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Also the co-owner of a successful production company, McCorkle takes the stage today and tomorrow to appear with mobile payment experts Richard Love and Greg Wilfahrt from AP Technology as they address attendees at the annual NACHA Payments and Transact 16 Conferences. Joining the trio onstage during the Transact 16 show in Las Vegas is renowned mobile analyst Daniel Csoka, Managing Director of Mobile Money Matters.
Execs from Sony, IDC Financial Insights, and AP Technology Laud Transactions on Mobile Devices as ‘A Better Way to Pay
DENVER—October 19, 2015— Sony Electronics’ Mark Pearson and IDC’s James Wester will join mobile payment experts Richard Love and Greg Wilfahrt from AP Technology on stage this afternoon at the Annual AFP Conference, providing attendees with an exclusive look into the future of mobile payments. Their session, titled “Mobile Payments: A Better Way to Pay,” will explore the meteoric rise of global payments made via phones, pads and tablets, along with ways that businesses can leverage mobile transactions to benefit their organizations.
“Best Practices” Document Calls for Multi-Layered Security and Transparency for Capture and Use of Consumer Date
CHICAGO, September 9, 2015— Stating that the document is a “best practices” guideline intended to bolster consumer confidence in mobile transactions worldwide, payments pioneer AP Technology unveiled last week a Mobile Payments Bill of Rights during the 2015 Mobile Payments Conference, in Chicago.
MOBILE PAYMENT EXPERTS GATHER IN CHICAGO AS MOBILE TRANSACTIONS LAUDED AS DREAM-COME-TRUE FOR RETAILERS
Mobilizing Retail is the Buzz During This Three-Day Mobile Payments Conference
CHICAGO—August 25, 2015— Country Music Star Rick Monroe, former Sears retail and commerce guru Mario Di Prizio, and Javelin analyst Nick Holland will join fellow mobile payment experts Richard Love and Greg Wilfahrt from AP Technology on stage next week at the 2015 Mobile Payments Conference, in Chicago. Their session, slated for September 2 is titled, “Mobile Payments: The Making of a Retail Fairy Tale.”
AP TECHNOLOGY ON STAGE AT ANNUAL NACHA PAYMENTS CONFERENCE: SAYS MOBILE PAYMENTS BIG OPPORTUNITY FOR INCREASED ACH USE
Standing-Room-Only Audience Sees Richard Love, Greg Wilfahrt, and Performer Rick Monroe Discuss Transactions via Mobile Devices-- and ACH as a Viable Payment Alternative to Cash, Cards, and Paper Checks
NEW ORLEANS—April 27, 2015— Country Music Star Rick Monroe joined mobile payment experts Richard Love and Greg Wilfahrt from AP Technology on stage last week at the Annual NACHA Payments Conference to give attendees a glimpse into the future of mobile payments. Their session was titled, “Mobile Devices and ACH: Changing the Way the World Purchases” and the consensus amongst the technology trio is that electronic payments such as ACH have an opportunity to become a growing slice of the trillions-of-dollars pie that analysts predict will be transacted via mobile phones, pads and tablets in coming years.
James Wester (IDC), Richard Love (AP Technology) and Billboard-Charting Singer/Songwriter Rick Monroe Discuss How Transactions from Mobile Devices Will Rock the World in Coming Years
SAN FRANCISCO—March 24, 2015— No one disputes that mobile payments are changing the way the world transacts. But, will mobile payment use eventually rise to replace plastic cards and checks? Trillions of dollars in payments that are projected to be transacted via mobile phones, pads and tablets in coming years, so join four experts at the Transact 15 conference for a look at what is coming and how anyone can benefit from this payments juggernaut. Mobile Payments: Rocking Your World! is Tuesday, March 31, from 1:45 p.m. until 2:45 p.m., in Room 305 of The Moscone Center, in San Francisco California.