Webinar: Using data to take your payments global
This webinar will take you through some of the key markets we see digital companies operating in outside of their home countries, how to setup in those markets the right way to maximize authorization rates and reduce cost, and how to use data to derive those answers.
The webinar will be live for audiences in both the U.S. (Dec 7, 4 PM PT) and Asia-Pacific regions (Dec 8, 11 AM AEDT) simultaneously – with Worldpay experts joining from around the world.
All registrants will receive the recording after the webinar for on-demand viewing.
- Find out how to use payment data to optimize your international payments.
- What’s the business case for domestic vs. international processing? How do you determine which is the best for you?
- Get regional perspectives from Worldpay experts in Asia, Europe and the United States.
Kevin Hennessy, Moderator, Worldpay
Kevin has a wealth of payment knowledge having been in the trenches and now managing a team in the U.S.. He’s worked with many of the largest digital companies in the world and we’re very happy to have such a seasoned payments professional as our moderator.
Dan Fagan, Senior Acquiring Product Manager, Worldpay
Dan manages Worldpay’s acquiring product, which is most closely tied to our credit card processing capabilities worldwide. He’s an expert in the space and will be a very valuable part of the conversation.
Sonam Bhutia, Business Development Director, APAC, Worldpay
Sonam is one of our specialists when it comes to the Asia-Pacific region. He manages a team in Singapore that work with global, digital businesses operating internationally. It’s a tricky region. We’re fortunate to have Sonam’s expertise on the line.
John O’Brien, VP Business Development, U.S., Worldpay
John brings ten years of international payments experience at Worldpay working alongside the largest eCommerce players in the world. He’s frequently asked to join webinars, give presentations, and participate in other events to inform businesses on topics such as the future of payments and global fraud trends.