CSCU Solutions Conference 2016 Sets Sail

CSCU Solutions Conference 2016 Sets Sail
Posted: Apr 19, 2016
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Author: Paul Castner

Bon voyage! The CSCU Solutions Conference 2016 (SC16) sets sail at Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club in Orlando.  With more than 300 attendees, 30 breakout sessions, 3 keynote speakers, and the partners’ solutions showcase, SC16 is shaping up to be the biggest and best CSCU conference to date for credit unions. Importantly, SC16 is an industry leading educational event that will deliver timely and relevant thought leadership insights and information to help credit unions navigate through the many changes going on in the world of payments.

When it comes to the presentations and breakout sessions, there is something for everyone at SC16.  Experts from Google and Samsung will be on hand to provide the inside scoop on Android Pay and Samsung Pay.  In these sessions, you will be introduced to the products and why credit unions need to sign up sooner rather than later.  CSCU’s Tom Davis and Lou Grilli will discuss the latest in Emerging Payments and will cover topics like Bitcoin, Blockchain, the Internet of Things, mobile account openings, digital wallets and cardless cash.    Eric Kuhn of FIS will explain how mobile payments are becoming increasingly essential for consumers and that they signal an area of growth for credit unions.  Want to learn more about the vast opportunity that Millennials represent and the best way to attract them as members?  Then you won’t want to miss Michael Marx of Visa and his session call “The Millennial Tsunami: The Great Disruptors.”

In addition, many other thought-provoking sessions will focus on how to grow your card revenue through loyalty and rewards programs; how existing credit card acquisition opportunities can help you increase revenue; the importance of credit line management; the latest on EMV and fraud, and more. And, mark your calendar for the popular Coffee Talk session, this year featuring generational expert and noted author, Jason Dorsey and Korie Miller, who is vice president of financial services marketing with the Federal Reserve System.

Be sure to stay tuned to The Payments Review for continuing coverage and updates on SC16.  Also, be sure to keep track of the days’ events as well as building your own agenda by downloading the CSCU Events App.  Find it on iTunes or in the Droid Play Store.   You can also start your conversation or respond to one started by another person at the conference.




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