Mobile Payments: Opportunities and Strategies for Credit Webinar

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Mobile Payments: Opportunities and Strategies for Credit Webinar

The largest U.S. credit card issuers are investing, piloting, or otherwise exploring several mobile payment options to make sure they can quickly implement the technology that is most widely adopted.

Join Michael Misasi, senior analyst, as he provides a framework for understanding the current and potential impact of mobile payments technology on the credit issuing business based on examples from his Mobile Payments: Strategies and Opportunities for Credit Issuers report and U.S. Mobile POS Payment Volume: Estimates research note.

Webinar Highlights:

  • A review of the leading names in mobile payments including: ISIS, Google, Starbucks, MCX, and others.
  • Selected consumer data from Mercator Advisory Group’s Customer Monitor Survey Series related to mobile payment experiences.
  • Mercator Advisory Group’s estimate for the current size of the mobile payments market.

Questions to be answered:

  • What does the emergence of non-bank players in mobile payments mean for traditional stakeholders?
  • Where are mobile technologies actually creating opportunities?
  • How big is the addressable market for mobile payments?
  • What percent of consumers have actually made a payment in a store using their mobile phone?