October 14, 2021
10:00am – 11:00am PT
The fintech revolution has upended consumer financial services. Its success is built on better transaction processes and user experience. Fintechs are able to build and distribute their services because of the modern tech stack they have access to: cloud computing, app store distribution, smart devices, and the rich sets of APIs they and others build. Firms like Stripe, Plaid, and Modern Treasury are using the fintech playbook to bring the “Anything-as-a-Service” model to payments and banking with significant impact on those industries’ incumbents. Segment-oriented companies like TripActions, MindBody, and Appfolio have applied the fintech approach to specific vertical markets to build feature-rich payments solutions for their business customers. These segment-focused companies exploit the double advantage of their own industry expertise coupled with the ability to swiftly deploy the expanding capabilities built by the horizontal platform fintechs. This multiplayer fintech model promises to disrupt business software markets, payments processors, and bank treasury management sales but smart incumbents have moves of their own. If you think the fintech revolution has won the war, this webinar is for you.
This webinar explores the fintech phenomenon, the tech, and business models behind the “Anything-as-a-Service” platforms that have emerged. We examine the playbooks of horizontal platform and segment-focused providers. We explore examples of the rich capabilities today’s segment-focused fintechs bring to market built on those horizontal platforms. To round out the picture, we’ll also look at the strategies employed by incumbents responding to multiplayer fintech.
To understand how multiplayer fintech business models and technology are impacting participants in B2B software, payments, and banking.
George applies his 15 years in payments and 30 years in IT to payments acceptance infrastructure and security strategies for Glenbrook's merchant, technology provider, and acquirer clients.
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