Posted on 23 Apr 2019
Alacriti is excited to speak at PAYMENTS 2019, NACHA’s annual conference that unites thousands of representatives from financial and technology services organizations to discuss current issues and opportunities.
Stuart Bain, SVP of Product Management at Alacriti will partner with Jeff Pauly, Director of Product Solutions at Bank of America to present a session called, ‘What’s Next for Chatbots?’, on Tuesday, May 7 at 2 pm. This session will explore the changing landscape of chatbots and answer questions about where the technology is heading. In addition, the speakers will discuss how chatbots can improve customer service, as well as some of the opportunities and threats associated with the technology.
NACHA, The Electronic Payments Association, works to create broadly adopted payment and financial messaging standards through governance, collaboration, and innovative development. This year’s conference will take place May 5–8 at the Orlando World Center Marriott in Orlando, Florida.Learn more about PAYMENTS 2019.
Please join the Aite Group and Alacriti on September 29 at 2:00 p.m. ET for a panel discussion on how insurers can leverage digital innovation to:
Join our webinar on August 26th at 2:00 p.m. ET where we will explore how you can quickly and effectively meet your members where they want beyond just traditional channels, expanding your revenue opportunities while seamlessly integrating with your existing infrastructure.
Helping shape the future of faster payments
Alacriti is a leading financial technology company dedicated to helping our clients accelerate their digital transformation.
Alacriti’s cloud-based platform, Orbipay, delivers solutions in the areas of electronic bill presentment and payments and digital disbursements, empowering our clients to provide innovative digital payment experiences today’s consumers demand. In addition to driving modern and frictionless digital payment experiences, our clients benefit from faster time to market and continuous innovation on a proven platform.