Insights + Intel from PAYMENTS 2015 New Orleans – Part II

In my last post in this two-part series on the 2015 NACHA Annual Conference, I highlighted topical sessions from PAYMENTS 2015.

Beyond the educational content, there were many informal dialogues in the sidelines of the conference. Likewise, the exhibit hall had constant and flowing foot traffic. Although no particular stand stood out from my perspective, I was definitely drawn to one particular booth – Linked2Pay. Maybe it’s because the kid in me loves the cartoons, or perhaps it’s the value proposition with business-to-business (B2B) payments, but it’s a company to check out.

Linked2Pay

 

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Insights + Intel from PAYMENTS 2015 New Orleans – Part I

This is the first in a two-part series blog recapping highlights from the recent NACHA Annual Conference

NACHA 2015 Reception

(From L to R) Nasreen Quibria, Founder of Q insights, Magnus Carlsson, Manager, Treasury & Payments of AFP, Rob Unger, Senior Director of NACHA, and Jan Estep, President & CEO of NACHA

 

Didn’t get a chance to attend this year’s PAYMENTS 2015 conference? Q INSIGHTS was there for all the action to bring key themes and observations from the event to you.

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What is NACHA’s immediate plans for ISO 20022?

ISO 20022 is being lauded for its potential to re-engineer the payments industry. It could one day replace a fragmented landscape of standards to offer global coherence and interoperability. New payment market infrastructures initiatives are being designed based on the foundation of ISO 20022; there is also an increased adoption of the standard by financial institutions and businesses beyond the Single European Payments Area (SEPA). Now the question is, where do we stand in the U.S. with ISO 20022?

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