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Title Choosing a Payment Technology Partner: What ISVs Need to Know

Wed, Mar 6, 2019 1:02 PM EST{LOCAL_TZ}

Overview What should independent software vendors consider when making a list of potential payment solution providers? One item often at the top of the list is price, but focusing too much on that single criterion could end up costing more, not less. In this webinar, see recent data showing why it's at least equally important to include such factors as innovation, service and support, reliability, and product range, including everything from fixed to mobile.


John Stewart, DT Editor, Moderator

Mark Bunney, Director of Go-To-Market Strategy, Ingenico Group

Mark’s responsibilities include evaluating current and new markets for growth opportunities with the company’s customers and working with strategic technology and product partner relationships to offer new solutions across the vertical segments it serves. Mark's experience spans over 18 years working in sales, marketing and partner ecosystems development roles at POS software, hardware and service technology companies. Mark holds a Juris Doctor degree from Saint Louis University and a B.B.A. degree in Accounting from the University of Iowa. 

Jordan McKee, Research Director, 451 Research

Directing at the global IT research and advisory firm Jordan oversees 451’s Customer Experience & Commerce group while leading its coverage of the payments ecosystem. He focuses on digital transformation strategies for payment networks, issuing and acquiring banks, payment processors, point-of-sale providers and other payments industry stakeholders. Jordan’s research helps vendors and enterprises assess the key implications of emerging technologies driving the digitization of the end-to-end shopping journey.  



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