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During the last week of October, Payfone was onstage multiple times at Money 2020, one of the largest conferences where the financial services industry congregates to connect and create the future of money. During the event, we had a chance to engage with our customers, meet with partners and new prospects, and take part in key industry conversations. Payfone’s CEO, Rodger Desai spoke with industry leaders in two fireside chats about relevant topics – the customer experience, Pass Rates and Trust Scores.

Rodger joined Carol Juel, Synchrony’s EVP and CIO, to discuss the merging of physical and digital worlds to ensure fast and easy payments and the new ways the transformation of the payments industry will have on consumers and businesses. The discussion revolved around how trust is at the core of delivering fast, easy and secure customer experiences and the importance of pass rates. During this chat, Carol referenced Synchrony’s partnership with Payfone with complimentary shout-outs “Payfone is a shining example of how work gets done” and “the opportunity to work with Payfone brings trust to another level.”  Thank you, Carol!

Rodger was joined onstage for a fireside chat with Mastercard’s Rob Carter, Director, Product Development & Innovation, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions, about “The Trust Gap” whereby approval rates of card not present transactions are 25% lower than card present transactions. The discussion revolved around this phenomenon that hinders the customer experience, stunts revenue and increases operating costs. Practices that enterprises can follow to reverse this Trust Gap were discussed.

To learn more about how to close the Trust Gap and leverage the Trust Score™, please visit: 

https://info.payfone.com/create-digital-trust-with-identity-verification

Is your customer experience designed for the wrong person?

That’s the question that Payfone’s CEO Rodger Desai and Mastercard’s Director of Product Development & Innovation Rob Carter will explore in their Money20/20 fireside chat about an emerging economic phenomenon known as the “Trust Gap“. The session will examine how the fear of fraud has forced many companies to design their online journeys for fraudsters instead of customers, hindering the customer experience, stunting revenue and increasing operating costs. Desai and Carter will also break down some of the practices that Mastercard is employing to reverse the Trust Gap, and how other enterprises can follow similar strategies to create faster, frictionless and more fraud-free experiences for customers.

Tuesday, October 29, 3:05 PM – 3:25 PM
Tech Tonic, Expo Hall, Level 2, The Venetian

And don’t forget to visit us at booth K52 to check out our Trust Score demo and get your personal Trust Score!