Overview

 

On 30-31 October 2018, APSCA will organise Digital Commerce Asia Pacific at the Renaissance Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The objective of this industry event is to explore which of the two roadmaps now driving retail payments in Asia - fintech or legacy - will achieve the greatest success in expanding the e-payments business?​

 

The Question Everyone's Asking

The Asian payments industry is expecting QR codes to redeem mobile payments at the point-of-sale and enable e-payments in new business segments. Financial institutions, fintechs, merchants and even transport operators are aiming to leverage the simplicity and flexibility of QR codes for off-line and online commerce. This excitement is being driven by the adoption and usage of mobile QR code payments in China but can that digital commerce success story be replicated in Asia Pacific?


Payments or Commerce

Contactless payments are faster and more efficient than cash and EMV specifications enable proven security and international interoperability. The payment card market in Asia continues to expand with contactless payment cards offering benefits to both consumers and merchants. But the mobile payments phenomenon in China was driven by digital commerce ecosystems. How can EMV contactless card (or mobile NFC) payments integrate with and leverage digital commerce?


Accelerating ePayments

Both mobile QR code payments and contactless payments support the objectives of Asian regulators to expand e-payments by displacing cash for low value transactions. But which is likely to have a greater impact on the adoption of e-payments in Asia? From the perspective of customers, merchants and payment product providers, how will contactless payments fit with mobile QR code payments to enable efficient, frictionless and successful commerce?

 

Technology Exposition  

Digital Commerce Asia Pacific includes a focused expo of latest solutions for e-payments and digital commerce featuring: emerging technologies for both legacy and fintech payments ecosystems; card-based, real-time, mobile QR and contactless payments products; e-payments acceptance solutions for card, contactless and mobile QR; and latest innovations in retail payments and commerce. The exposition will enable payment services providers and technology companies to demonstrate their retail payments and acceptance solutions to delegates from regulators, banks, e-payments companies and retailers.

 

 

 

 

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Contact

Mounisse Chadli
Business Development Manager
mounisse.chadli@apsca.org

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