Pervasive is pleased to announce that Brian Stein, our Managing Director, will be leading a pre-conference workshop at the 25th Annual Card Forum and Expo on Sunday, April 7th, 2013 in Boca Raton, Florida.   The workshop will cater to payment and digital executives from financial institutions and will explore how to overcome the challenges of implementing mobile banking software and move into more high value, next generation services like wallet and payments. A full description of the workshop can be found below.

Please join us, and more than 700 peers in the cards and payments industry, including card issuers, payment networks, industry analysts, ISOs, and payments product and service providers, responsible for credit cards, loyalty and points programs, emerging payments, payment business strategies, marketing, operations and technology.   Click HERE to find out more and register for this event.

BankersHubPervasive has partnered with BankersHub to provide a live stream of the conference workshop for those not able to attend the Card Forum and Expo event in person.   In addition to an audio and video playback of the session, we will be taking questions live from the online audience to make this a truly interactive event.


Workshop Leader: Brian Stein Founder-Managing Director, PERVASIVE PATH CONSULTING, LLC

 Banks and credit unions risk getting left behind if they don’t provide basic mobile banking services, or explore opportunities in mobile payments. And even many of those who have a mobile banking platform struggle under the weight of their own efforts.   From “table stakes” to differentiated offerings, financial institutions can struggle with when, how and how much to invest in mobile banking, but failing to do so can cause customer dissatisfaction, defection and lost opportunity in terms of cross selling and supporting next generation services such as wallet and payments.

In this interactive workshop, attendees will:

    • Learn from the implementation challenges of some of the biggest banks in the industry, as well as community credit unions in order to plan for and address the difficulties of accessing core data, designing services for re-use across a multi-channel experience and selecting an extensible mobile platform
    • Hear from peers in group discussions about their own challenges, concerns and successes associated with implementing mobile payment products and services
    • Investigate opportunities to move beyond traditional mobile banking by providing differentiated solutions which can grow customer relationships and engagement
    • Identify and outline actionable next steps that institutions need to take to be competitive and successful in the mobile banking and payments space