Asia Pacific’s leading global payments experts will descend upon Singapore for the annual ACI Exchange Asia Pacific, hosted by ACI Worldwide. Held throughout the year around the globe, ACI Exchange conferences are preeminent customer events bringing together senior IT and business leaders from leading financial services, processors and retail organizations.
This year’s Asia Pacific event, October 8-10 in Singapore, will welcome hundreds of customers and industry thought leaders to hear about the latest trends in global payments. Featured presentations will be delivered by executives from some of the world’s most innovative financial institutions, including Kasikorn Bank, DBS Group, UnionPay International, and PT RINTIS SEJAHTERA, among other ACI customers. Additional highlights include sessions on fraud management and prevention, online and mobile banking best practices, and the future of universal payments, as well as addressing the challenge of regional integration within the Asian financial community.
“The global payments industry is at an important inflection point where businesses need the best strategy and execution to meet the challenges ahead,” said Paul Henaghan, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, ACI Worldwide. “This is why we have assembled an incredible roster of speakers and interactive sessions, all with the intention of addressing this ever-evolving market and sharing best practices among industry peers.”
ACI extends thanks to this year’s Asia Pacific sponsors, including: HP, UnionPay International, Integrated Research, Futurex Technology, Stratus Technologies, XYPRO Technology and Spectrum Message Services.
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