Webinar June 19, 2014

Shift Happens

Key Innovation Drivers in Consumer Payments.

In this webinar we will be talking to Sam Maule, Consulting Manager at Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group, to identify and discuss the issues that are influencing a change in consumer attitudes to and adoption of payment channels. We’ll also be taking a look at the drivers behind innovation in payments and how both traditional and non-traditional payment ecosystem players are responding.

Sam Maule serves as a Consulting Manager at Carlisle & Gallagher Consulting Group. He joined the firm in June 2011 focusing on the Cards & Payments Community of Practice. In this role, Sam provides industry subject matter knowledge and experience to CG’s Financial Services clients in support of projects such as Consumer and Commercial Card portfolio management, emerging payments, Loyalty & Prepaid, and online/mobile banking.

Prior to joining CG, Sam held management positions with TSYS in a number of Consumer and Commercial Card areas, including digital card management, mobile, loyalty & prepaid, and consultative services. Sam is an active voice in the FinTech Social Media space, and his contributions led to his recognition as one of Bank Innovation’s 2013 Banking Innovators To Watch.

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