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New Payments Patterns in E-Commerce

Payments used to just be about moving money from Point A to Point B. Now, with new checkouts, marketplaces, and other interesting digital experiences, money moves differently, and there are a whole host of new participants.

We'll discuss the new patterns in payments that are required to power the next generation of digital commerce experiences.
Recorded May 17 2016 60 mins
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Bruce Parker (ModoPayments), Koen Köppen (Klarna), Scott Sandlin (formerly Walmart and Mozido)
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