In an increasingly mobile world where convenience reigns supreme, it's easy to see the value in mobile payment...
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investment. No one is throwing out their wallets just yet, but the number of U.S. consumers who make at least one mobile payment a year will grow from nearly 8% in 2014 to 65% by 2019, according to Business Insider. In addition, Forrester predicts mobile-based payments in the U.S. to reach $142 billion in volume by 2019, a sign the mobile payments train isn't stopping.
Big tech players like Apple, Google, Samsung, Android and even Facebook are all on board for the ride. Joining them are newbies such as CurrentC and Venmo. All of them are looking to cash in on the trend and stake their claim on the mobile payments market.
But why should CIOs care?
Join our #CIOChat on Wednesday, May 27, at 3 p.m. EST to discuss the relevance of the mobile payments movement to CIOs and the enterprise, and what CIOs can do to prepare for the boom. Discussion may include the pros and cons of increasing mobile transactions, how to build consumer trust in the threat-laden mobile payments environment and the future of mobile payments in enterprise.
Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Time: 3 p.m. EST
Hashtag: Use and follow #CIOChat
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