PaymentEye were at the Excel Arena in London for PayExpo 2013 last month. There were a host of exhibitors displaying their latest innovative platforms and solutions. A number of seminars and discussions on hot topics such as big data and mobile payments ensured an insightful experience for all attendees.
In today’s exclusive video PaymentEye caught up with Currency Cloud CEO Mike Laven to discuss the company’s latest solution platforms aiming to disrupt the banks. Moreover, Mike gives us an insight into his role with the Anthemis group and helping SME’s through different technology and business models.
“The guys with jeans are over in the Anthemis corner and the guys with suits are over in the banking corner! We are talking about big data, social media, disruption and vertical integrated banking systems. In that sense the Anthemis sessions are very interesting,” Mike said.
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