WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., March 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- iPayment, Inc., a trusted provider of payment and processing solutions for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), announced that CEO and President, O.B. Rawls IV will be speaking at the upcoming Barclays Emerging Payments Forum.
The Barclays Emerging Payments Forum is an annual event that brings together a broad spectrum of leaders and executives from both the private and public sectors, all of whom are key figures in and around payments and technology. The two-day event, which will be held March 14th and 15th at the InterContinental New York Times Square in New York City, features a wide array of presentations and panels ranging from FinTech investment to changes and blurred lines at the POS to merchant acquiring to FICO scoring. Rawls will be joined by executives from First Data, Verifone, Square, PayPal, Visa, Western Union, Barclays, and many others. The event will also be available via Webcast.
Rawls will participate in what is sure to be a lively panel presentation on, 'Merchant Acquiring – Life is Good, Can it Last?' alongside executives from Cayan, Vantiv, Paysafe and Yapstone. Attendees and those engaging via Webcast can tune in for the discussion Wednesday, March 15th at 9:50am EDT.
iPayment is a trusted provider of payment processing solutions in the U.S. With over 18 years of experience and more than 140,000 SMB customers, the company is consistently recognized for its depth of payments experience, breadth of product offerings, and commitment to transparency and SMB support. From new product innovation to customer service satisfaction, iPayment is an organization focused on small business enablement and delivering relevant and impactful services and solutions that help partners and SMB customers grow their individual businesses. For more information on iPayment, please visit http://www.ipaymentinc.com.
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