The PPRO Group will participate at Money 20/20 Europe again this year from 26 to 28 June 2017 at the Bella Center in Copenhagen. True to the claim “Grow with PPRO” the payment specialist invites visitors to relax in the “PPRO garden” which comes with seating and sunshade. In a comfortable garden atmosphere at stand E4 in hall C3 experts from the cross-border electronic payment specialist are looking forward to showing visitors how alternative payment methods can boost business success in international e-commerce.
In addition, visitors have the opportunity to not only learn more about the services and trends surrounding e-payments, but also to enjoy ice-cream from the grill at the small trade fair oasis – and even stand the chance to win a barbecue for their own garden.
Christian von Hammel-Bonten, PPRO Group’s new Chief Product Officer, will participate in the panel discussion on “Disruptive payments infrastructures: Moving from nowhere to somewhere” on Monday, 26 June 2017, track 1, at 5:00 pm.
Panel discussion: Focus on Invisible Payments
The panel discussion is all about Invisible Payments. “If you ask consumers, they do not want to make any payments at all. But our economy obviously does not work without paying. Therefore, the objective should be to make payments as invisible as possible. The payment process must be simple, convenient and not annoying, “explains Christian von Hammel-Bonten. “With our smart devices soon being able to order and pay independently when stock reaches a defined lower limit it’s not surprising that Invisible Payments are increasingly in demand – especially in e-commerce. Suppliers, on the other hand, will be able to offer subscription models to their customers in the future, similar to business models in the software industry. The prerequisite for this is, however, that Invisible Payments are just as secure as other payment methods.”
Almanac and country reports: Score and win with payment knowledge
Possible gaps in knowledge can be closed with the complimentary regional e-commerce and payment reports which provide detailed information on all regions of the world and key information for selected countries. PPRO Group is also presenting their Payments Almanac for the first time in a limited edition. This compendium, developed in close collaboration with Edgar, Dunn & Company, provides an unprecedented insight into alternative payment methods (APM). More than 300 national and international APMs are listed and explained with individual country context. In addition to an annual print version, an online version of the Almanac is regularly updated with the latest figures, facts and APMs on PPRO Group’s website.