Executive Leaders from companies including Rakuten, TransUnion, FIS and Collinson Valuedynamx explored the age of commerce reinvented and the future of digital shopping. Leading card issuers, financial institutions, retailers, card-linked technology companies and digital marketing technology innovators came together at the inaugural Digital Commerce Alliance Forum to share key industry insights.. Top companies in attendance included Bank of America, Mastercard, Discover, Hilton, Microsoft, Harvey Nichols and many more.

Key Themes:

At this DCA Forum, industry leaders discussed the theme of commerce reinvented, including: mobile wallets; buy now pay later vs. credit cards; enabling alternative currencies at the point of sale; and the future of digital shopping.

Keynote Speaker Lineup:

  • Rakuten: Erin Warren, General Manager – Rakuten In Store Network
  • TransUnion: Paul Siegfried, Senior Vice President – Financial Services
  • FIS: Mladen Vladic, General Manager – Loyalty Services
  • Collinson Valuedynamx: Mark Roper, Global Market Development Director

Silvio Tavares, President and CEO of the Digital Commerce Alliance, kicked off the event discussing the key drivers of commerce reinvented: alternative currencies, fin-tech hits scale, and data driven personalization. Paul Siegfried, SVP of Financial Services at TransUnion, was our first speaker and shared insights on BNPL vs. Credit Cards – Friends or Foes? Mark Roper, Global Market Development Director at Collinson Valuedynamx, spoke about the future of digital shopping. Mladen Vladic, General Manager of Loyalty Services at FIS, presented on enabling alternative currencies at the point of sale. Lastly, Erin Warren, General Manager of Rakuten’s In Store Network, spoke about mobile wallets and the future of shopping smarter.

The event was filled with leading-edge insights to our members and the broader eCommerce and payments world. If you couldn’t attend this event, don’t miss our next one, Mobile Wallet Forum via Zoom on May 25! Register now! 

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