Review Exchange Summit Miami 2019

The demand for global interoperability was the recurring theme of the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit in Miami. More than 100 delegates from more than 20 countries came together for two days to discuss the latest developments in E-Invoicing and the digitization of the P2P process. An introductory blockchain workshop as well as dedicated meetings by the E-Invoicing Working Group of the Business Payments Coalition and OpenPEPPOL complemented the agenda.

During the 2-day conference impressive success stories were presented both on a country level, for example by Mexico and Singapore, as well as on a corporate level by global leaders such as GE, Nokia and Procter & Gamble. One of many highlights of the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit in Miami was Enrico Camerinelli’s introductory keynote on trends and innovations of P2P and E-Invoicing. Within in his presentation Enrico raised the question if we will need an invoice as we know it today. The attendees were irresolute; in a quick poll 53% voted “Yes”. Another highlight was the panel discussion on global interoperability with representatives from the United States, LATAM, Europe, and Singapore. The panel reached a great consensus for the need to find a common understanding for global interoperability.

All in all the conference program offered a great variety of numerous case studies, delivering first-hand experiences, panels as well as interactive peer-to-peer round-table sessions. The very positive feedback from all parties proves the need for a dedicated platform to E-Invoicing for the Americas to share best practices and ideas. The E-Invoicing Exchange Summit is glad to take over this role and to establish itself as the key event for the community. We say thank you to all participants, speakers and partners that made the 4th edition of the Exchange Summit a huge success and look very much forward to seeing you next year, May 5-6 in Miami.

"Great event! Fantastic speakers with great expertise in their topics. These topics make the world of P2P and E-Invoicing very exciting! Thank you!" – Chris Doxey, Doxey Inc.

"Great space to connect with partners and potential clients." - Sergio Chaverri, Gosocket

"Valuable event, which helps us to connect and understand others and how to interact. E-Invoicing is here to stay, we need to make it better." - Alfredo Rivera, Procter & Gamble

"It was a diverse event where both service providers and users were able to share their experiences regarding E-Invoicing." - German Peguero, Edicom

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Agenda E-Invoicing Exchange Summit 2019 in Miami

Monday, May 13, 2019: Pre-Conference Day

↓ Conf 1   ↓ Conf 2

10.00 - 04.00
Deep Dive Workshop: Blockchain for Corporations
Facilitator: Enrico Camerinelli, Senior Analyst, Aite Group, USA
Blockchain has the potential to be the greatest and most disruptive technological innovation since the internet. Whilst on one hand it is a technical innovation, involving complex cryptography, coding and algorithms, on the other hand it is also a foundational technology, meaning that decision makers from the highest levels need to be involved in a company's blockchain strategy.
This workshop is for professionals looking to understand not only the basics of blockchain technology, but to dive deeper into the business applications and real-life functionality of the technology as it relates to corporate supply chains.
All attendees of the Exchange Summit can book this workshop as an ugrade, please register here.

10.00 - 12.30
E-Invoicing with PEPPOL - From a European Start to Global Reach
Join this seminar to learn more about the PEPPOL Interoperability Framework and how PEPPOL facilitate seamless E-Invoicing globally.
This seminar is open to all attendees of the Exchange Summit, please register here.

01.30 - 05.00
Business Payments Coalition E-Invoice Work Group Meeting
The Business Payments Coalition E-Invoice Work Group will hold a meeting to continue its efforts on building the set of requirements and recommendations for an E-Invoice Interoperability Framework for the U.S. The meeting is open to all conference attendees.
Get latest insights and download the Summary Report from the E-Invoice Interoperability Framework Preliminary Assessment Work Group:
Topics for the meeting include:
- Requirements for an E-Invoice semantic model for the US, with cross border considerations
   with Mexico and Canada
- Recommendations for an electronic message document network for North America
- Define the recommended role and responsibilities of a governance organization
- Evaluate adoption models and strategies for increasing usage of electronic invoicing
This meeting is open to all attendees of the Exchange Summit, please register here.

06.00 - 09.00 Registration & Icebreaker Reception


Tuesday, May 14, 2019: Conference Day 1

↑ Pre-Conf   ↓ Conf 2

08.30 Registration and Welcome Coffee

09.00 Opening of the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit

Digitization & Technology Trends: Blockchain, Robotic Process Automation, AI

09.05 Keynote Session
P2P & E-Invoicing Overview: Trends and Innovations
This session will focus on how innovative technologies are giving new life to electronic invoices and new perspectives never considered before. While peer-to-peer applications change the way transactions are exchanged between supply chain partners, technology is not the hurdle to full adoption. This innovation brings along a change in culture and requires a setup of hard skills that are prepared to take a totally new perspective on topics like:
- The value of an E-Invoice starts long before the invoice is issued.
- Innovative technologies are increasing the value of E-Invoices. Let’s see how.
- Innovative peer-to-peer technologies claim to remove all intermediaries. Is that really true?
- Do we still need an invoice as we know it today?
Enrico Camerinelli, Senior Analyst, Aite Group, USA

E-Invoicing as Leverage for a Digital Strategy: Global Best Practice

E-Invoicing in Mexico: The Current Situation, Challenges on the Way and Future Outlook
- Brief overview over Mexico and its taxpayers structure
- Mexico E-Invoicing at a glance – CFDI: Type of current fiscal E-documents, E-Accounting
- Major benefits of E-Invoicing
- Main challenges
- Integration of new technology (Artificial intelligence, big data, analytics, RPA)
- Future outlook: Beyond E-Invoicing: payments, factoring, others
Patricia Marisol Arteaga Zúñiga, Central Administrator for Electronic Services and Procedures, Servicio de Administración Tributaria, Mexico

An Activities Panorama of E-Invoicing over the Americas
- Common technologies, different approaches
- Common goals, different strategies
- Possible strategies for transnational enterprises
Vinicius Pimentel de Freitas, Head International E-Invoicing Coordination, CIAT, Panama

10.40 Networking Break in the Exhibition

Singapore’s Launch of the National E-Invoicing Network
Robert Tay, Cluster Director, Modern Services, IMDA, Singapore

Towards a Global Interoperability Framework
- What do we mean by interoperability?
- Lessons from current frameworks and experience
- The business and technical scope and challenges to be addressed
- The components of a framework: data, delivery, identifiers, compliance, governance
Chris Welsh, Board Member, ConnectONCE, USA and Tim Cole, Chair of Interoperability, EESPA, Europe

Creating a Framework to Address E-Invoicing in the U.S.
The Business Payments Coalition is moving forward with creating an E-Invoice interoperability framework that:
- Defines an E-Invoice semantic model
- Provides a set of recommendation that support greater connectivity and interoperability
- Considers governance models for operating a U.S. framework
- Evaluates adoption strategies for the framework requirements
Todd Albers, Sr. Payments Consultant Payments, Standards and Outreach Group, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, USA

12.40 Networking Lunch and Exhibition


Stream A: Digitization & Compliance
Stream B: Blockchain, Legal Identity, RTP
Compliance and Digitization
Imagine the frictionless world in 2.5 years’ time: no paper invoices, absolute visibility, agile cash management. Lessons learnt from Europe and LATAM; Digitisation is not a simple paper swap out or a mass move to PDF invoicing. Digitisation is step up and automates validated compliance and archiving as a key part of the transactional process - Complexities in B2B and B2G mandates; defining standards is not synonymous to mass adoption. The business value of digitised services must be manifest in terms of
- Cost reduction for all parties
- Process transparency and visibility
- Removal of audit risks and cost: intrinsic compliance
- Improved cash flow
- Enablement of additional digitisation such as real-time reporting, early payment options and analytics
Ruud van Hilten, SVP, Strategic Business Development & Country Compliance, Tungsten Network, USA
E-Invoicing, E-Factoring and Blockchain are Coming to Africa - The Kenyan Project
- Readiness of African countries for E-Invoicing
- 16 years of Latin American experience applied in African market
- Implementing E-Invoicing/E-Factoring without a regulation
- Why Blockchain is so important for African current stage.
Mario Fernandez, CEO, Gosocket, Chile
02.35 User Case Study
E-Invoicing as Driver for Global, Commercial and Operational Digitization
What high functioning global companies require to leverage E-Invoice for compliance as a competitive advantage:
- Taking complexity out of the picture: how to simplify all 3 components (extraction, communication, compliance)
- Simple and integrated E2E E-Invoice solutions are the key to drive compliance and value
- Monitoring and alert as the proactive way to avoid impact to business: what does it mean from the business side that we discover early issues
- Why a E-Invoice network can be the best offer in the industry: how availability, resilience, disaster recovery can impact our business
- Anticipate the needs, how leveraging the unique relationship providers have with the authorities can benefit companies to be ready
Alfredo Rivera, Global O2C B2G Service Manager, Procter & Gamble, Costa Rica
Sovrin Global Identity Network - Solving the Trust Issues of the Digital Age
- How the government can start to do the things that it does today in paper, which it underpins the economy - Money exists because the government says so
- Businesses exist because the government registers them and allows them to operate
- Laws and so forth of the government allow commerce to occur
- No way of doing that in the digital economy right now there’s no business models in the digital economy other than basically buying stuff and getting your data exploited for advertising. - We now have any way of extending the trust of business/government into the digital realm in a way that is trustworthy
- This allows commerce to reduce the data hoarding problem and only store what is necessary - How verifiable credentials work
- What can it do for you
Mike Lodder, Security Maven, Sovrin Foundation - Identity for All, Sovrin, USA
The SAP Users' Business Cases for E-Invoicing/ e-Reporting Compliance
- The differences between in-house development & outsourcing
- The importance of global end-to-end solution
- Compliance as a service model best practices from
- Global Center of Excellence SAP Team's
Bulut Arukel, Global Sales and Business Development Director, Foriba, Italy
The Latest Developments in Real Time Payments & The Reinvention of Bill Pay
- RTP® turned 1 in November of 2018, find out who is connected, the use cases being leveraged and where corporations and their financial institutions are look toward in the future
- Highlights of the changing environment for the world of bill pay receivables and how functionality in RTP® can help address fundamental pain-pain points
- An overview of the design thinking journey taken by The Clearing House with both retail and wholesale banks to re-envision the end to end bill pay experience from the eyes of billers and bill payers
- Understand how these same capabilities will help to drive forward the world of B2B payments
Peter Davey, VP Payment Innovation, The Clearing House, USA

03.45 Networking Break in the Exhibition

04.15 Panel Discussion
What Should be the Next Steps for Truly Global Interoperability?

This session brings together a panel of thought leaders to discuss how to build on the various successful regional and national initiatives and models for interoperability to create a truly global approach.
• Managing diversity and commonality - where are the pressure points?
• What is working consistently and why?
• Is there a recognisable standards 'stack' that could underpin a global approach?
• Bridging document standards used by industry and public sector: ANSI, EDIFACT, UBL and        European Norm?
• How to reconcile different business, fiscal and legal models?
• Building consensus and an alliance of stakeholders.
Todd Albers, Sr. Payments Consultant Payments, Standards and Outreach Group, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, USA
André Hoddevik, OpenPEPPOL AISBL, Belgium
Patricia Marisol Arteaga Zúñiga, Central Administrator for Electronic Services and Procedures, Servicio de Administración Tributaria, Mexico
Vinicius Pimentel de Freitas, Head International E-Invoicing Coordination, CIAT, Panama
Jesús Pastrán, Member of the Board, Amexipac, Mexico
Robert Tay, Cluster Director, Modern Services, IMDA, Singapore
Moderator: Charles Bryant Secretary General EESPA, Belgium

05.15 End of Day One

06.15 Networking Dinner
All participants and speakers are invited to enjoy dinner and refreshments in an informal atmosphere. Use this perfect opportunity to intensify your business contacts and grow your network.


Wednesday, May 15, 2019: Conference Day 2

↑ Pre-Conf   ↑ Conf 1

08.30 Welcome Coffee

PEPPOL - From European to Global E-Invoicing and E-Procurement Interoperability
- The PEPPOL Interoperability Framework and its main concepts
- The use of PEPPOL in Europe and beyond
- The benefits of PEPPOL – experiences so far
- The next steps towards global interoperability
André Hoddevik, OpenPEPPOL AISBL, Belgium

Stream A: Automation & Digitization
Stream B: Technology, Big Data & AI
10.05 User Case Study
Digital Supply Chain: How Automation & Digitization Will Change the Way We Work
- Learn how healthcare is leveraging integrated information management platforms to improve service and reduce costs
- Learn how to implement a digital supply chain strategy across a shared service
- Learn about successful supplier onboarding
- Learn how to step through this strategic process
Erich R. Heneke, Director - Business Integrity & Continuity Supply Chain Management, Mayo Clinic, USA
10.05 User Case Study
Complex Simplicity: Designing, Pitching & Executing Elegant E-Invoicing Strategy
Tomasz Spluszka, E- Invoicing Consultant, Comarch, Poland

10.40 Networking Break in the Exhibition

Stream A: Automation & Digitization
Stream B: Technology, Big Data & AI
11.10 User Case Study
Transforming Your Shared Service Operation to a Touchless Environment by:
- Eliminating manual processes to provide the right fit since one size does not fit all
- Identifying an agnostic solution that is scalable, easy to implement and provides early ROI
- Providing significant reduction in processing times to provide the opportunities to maximize working capital
- Maintaining robust controls to mitigate the risk of fraud and identify potential opportunities for improvement
- Achieving and sustaining best demonstrated practices
Fidel Coutou, Senior Director, Shared Services, Rogers Communications Canada Inc., Canada
11.10 User Case Study
Big Data and AI in Electronic Trade
- Electronic trade standardization and simplification using AI, blockchain and self-service
- What can you do with 1.5 billion pieces of information per day?
- Adding value to your business with Business Transaction Analytics
- Putting AI to work: advanced credit profiling and supplier performance use cases
Kenneth Bengtsson, Co-chair of UBL Payments and Finance Subcommittee, Chair of the OASIS Business Document Exchange (BDXR) Technical Committee, Peru and Ger Clancy, Offering Manager eInvoicing & PEPPOL, IBM, Ireland

11.45 Roundtable Sessions
Discuss the most pressing business-relevant topics with your peers and gain valueable information
 • 4 Corner Model, Standards and Interoperability
 • How to Reduce Buyer and Supplier Friction
 • E-Invoicing Cooperations with European B2B Networks
 • Blockchain - bridging smart invoices and payments
 • Digital Identity
 • AI and Robotics

12.30 Networking Lunch and Exhibition

Practioner Expert Session: Global Best Practice – Lessons Learned and Next Steps

02.00 User Case Study
Fiscal & Legal Paperless – Electronic Invoicing from LAT to Europe
- VAT reporting vs. E-Invoicing
- Nokia & Alcatel Lucent – NextGen ERP strategy of E-invoicing
- Nokia Strategy – Global Paperless Program
- What comes next?
- E-Invoicing archiving compliance
- Lessons learned
Viviane Assis de Carvalho Morais, Nokia Networks - CIO Digital Core, IT Project Manager - Electronic Invoicing / Global Paperless, Nokia, Brazil

02.35 User Case Study
Complex Simplicity: Designing, Pitching & Executing Elegant E-Invoicing Strategy
- Overview: GE Global Operations history
- Design: S2P toolkit (ERS, eInvoice, OCR) + process principles
- Pitch: Achieving buy-in w/ clear KPI & cost models
- Execute: Lessons learned, best practice & helpful anecdotes
- Parting Thoughts: AI & RPA quick hits, additional toolkit items
Chauncey St. John, Global Process Leader - Healthcare, Source to Pay, GE Global Operations, USA

03.10 User Case Study
Lessons Learned from Implementing E-Invoicing in LATAM
- How E-Invoicing was implemented
- Supplier Onboarding
- Benefits and other implementations after E-Invoicing
- Future projects
Iris Martinez, Technology Business Partner - Hispanoamerica, Pearson Educacion de Mexico, Mexico

03.45 Closing Remarks and Outlook

03.50 Farewell Coffee and Networking

04.00 End of the E-Invoicing Exchange Summit


Industry Partners

Comarch is a technological company that has been engaged in the optimization of business processes for 23 years. The company's portfolio includes systems for electronic data interchange (EDI). Comarch EDI is a B2B platform, which provides a competitive advantage by a fast and secure data exchange with business partners. The solution provides the automation of data processing throughout the supply chain: from the procurement process, through the logistics, to invoicing and payment processing. Comarch EDI enables savings to be made and compliance with legal and ecological requirements. Among the clients who have trusted Comarch are the largest retail chains (e.g. Metro Group, Tesco, Carrefour, Leroy Merlin), FMCG companies (e.g. BIC, Johnson & Johnson, L'oreal, Unilever), pharmaceutical companies (e.g. GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi) and the representatives of other key market sectors.

Edicom is a global leader in eInvoicing, EDI, and VAT compliance solutions. With nearly twenty-five years of experience, over 15,000 clients, and projects in 80 countries Edicom can manage any B2B or B2G communications project. Edicom’s SaaS eInvoicing solution requires no hardware of software installation and simplifies eInvoicing and VAT declaration compliance throughout all LATAM and European countries. The platform uses powerful integration features to easily connect with any ERP and validation features to guarantee automatic processing and validation of transactions before they are sent to tax authorities and trading partners. Additionally, as a Certification Authority, Qualified Trust Service Provider (eIDAS) and ISO27001 certified company, Edicom maintains the highest security standards possible anywhere the solution is provided.

Foriba is the pioneer e-transformation solution company which offers fast, professional and seamless e-transformation journey to over 8500 clients, with 500 top multinational brands, across the world. As a digital government provider among the countries which are subjected to e-transformation regulations, Foriba has been creating and developing local and global compliance products that directly address the client’s needs regarding regulations. In 2014, Foriba had closed its first-round investment of 4 million dollars and second-round investment was 5 million dollar in 2017, with the leadership of the world’s largest private sector-focused development agency, World Bank (IFC), Revo Capital and Endeavor Catalyst. Get a deeper understanding of country electronic invoicing regulations. Foriba SAP Cockpit makes you prepare your SAP solutions with the next step of regulations.

Gosocket is a B2b network that establishes and manages relationships between buyers and suppliers through the use of compliant electronic invoicing in Latin America. From this connections provides value added services with a focus in supply chain finance. Founded in 2012, connects with more that 500 million electronic invoices over 1 million companies throughout Latin America. Access is via a web portal, which can also be accessed through mobile devices either by their mobile web version or through native applications for your smartphone or tablet iOS, Android, Windows Phone or Windows 10.

IBM has been a leading global provider of electronic trade, supply chain, invoicing and EDI-based services for over 30 years. As founder-member of OpenPEPPOL, IBM has operated PEPPOL services since 2007, and in 2018, rebuilt its global PEPPOL infrastructure entirely, and now operates 3 access point clusters, located in Dublin, Ohio, and Frankfurt, Germany, and serving the global markets. On-premise PEPPOL capabilities are offered by a number of IBM Business Partners. IBM is deeply committed to the spirit of openness, simplification and standardization embodied by the 4-corner-model, and sees this as key to unlocking global electronic trade interoperability. In addition to traditional EDI services, IBM has invested heavily in combining AI, Analytics and blockchain capabilities with supply chain data, in order to facilitate better insight and value.

As a worldwide and state-of-the-art EDI Managed Service Provider, INPOSIA applies its services across all branches and processes. Complex Just-in- Time delivery processes as well as business-critical finance transactions - all business and trading partners can be integrated sustainable and competently along the supply chain of the customers by INPOSIA’s portfolio. INPOSIA grows nationally as well as internationally, due to economic durable and profound business relations. With regard to the enormous importance of data security, INPOSIA carries out its services in highly secure, certified data processing service centres, located internationally and chosen by customer requirements.

Since 1992, INTEGRIM has supported businesses and organizations with the digital processing and management of corporate documents by connecting data and images through the use of various financial and other computer-based systems.
We help operations achieve the highest level of efficiency through automation best practices, trim costs and eliminate paper while enhancing the productivity of your administrative resources.
INTEGRIM solutions make information sharing easier and assist staff with workflow automation then get visibility and control of your cash conversion cycle with an extensive variety of documents and automation processes to support your business' growth objectives.
Our integrated cloud platform SenSaaS! helps you enhance productivity and efficiency by simplifying and automating business processes.

Gosocket is a B2b network that establishes and manages relationships between buyers and suppliers through the use of compliant electronic invoicing in Latin America. From this connections provides value added services with a focus in supply chain finance. Founded in 2012, connects with more that 500 million electronic invoices over 1 million companies throughout Latin America. Access is via a web portal, which can also be accessed through mobile devices either by their mobile web version or through native applications for your smartphone or tablet iOS, Android, Windows Phone or Windows 10.

OpenPEPPOL is a non-profit international association responsible for the governance and maintenance of the PEPPOL specifications that enable European businesses to easily deal electronically with any European public sector buyer in their procurement processes. PEPPOL is not an eProcurement platform but instead provides a set of technical specifications that can be implemented in existing eProcurement solutions and services to make them interoperable across Europe.

REQUEST is a framework that enables E-Invoicing systems to create, exchange and process request for payments through a global network. Being interconnected with both Invoicing professionals ( invoicing firms, accounting firms, ERPs) and Payment industry actors, REQUEST bridges traditional invoices with payment flow informations. REQUEST is built using blockchain technology, enabling E-invoices to become “Smart Objects “ . This opens a wide range of new automation possibilities for invoicing, tax collection, accounting, payment and reconciliation activities
Compatible with existing initiatives and national requirements, the network is truly international .It unlocks the interoperability of country national standards while remaining independent from any government or authority, a decentralized system for a more global economy.

Tungsten Network aims to be the world’s most trusted business transaction network by using data intelligently to strengthen the global supply chain. Tungsten Network is a secure business transaction network that brings businesses and their suppliers closer together with unique technology that revolutionises invoice processing, maximises efficiency and improves cash flow. Delivering trusted connections and streamlined transactions, the network also provides users with real-time spend analysis and offers suppliers access to invoice financing through Tungsten Network Finance, a form of alternative finance for businesses. Tungsten Network processes invoices for 74 percent of the FTSE 100 and 71 percent of the Fortune 500. It enables suppliers to submit tax compliant e-invoices in 48 countries, and last year processed transactions worth over £164bn for organisations such as Alliance Data, Cargill, Deutsche Lufthansa, General Motors, GlaxoSmithKline, Mondelēz International, Henkel, IBM, Kellogg's and the US Federal Government.

Visa Inc. (NYSE: V) is the world’s leader in digital payments. Our mission is to connect the world through the most innovative, reliable and secure payment network - enabling individuals, businesses and economies to thrive. Our advanced global processing network, VisaNet, provides secure and reliable payments around the world, and is capable of handling more than 65,000 transaction messages a second. The company’s relentless focus on innovation is a catalyst for the rapid growth of connected commerce on any device, and a driving force behind the dream of a cashless future for everyone, everywhere. As the world moves from analog to digital, Visa is applying our brand, products, people, network and scale to reshape the future of commerce.


Media Partners

We proudly represent Mexican Authorized Certification Service Providers of E Invoice, a.k.a. PAC companies. Established in 2012, our Members concentrate more than 75% of all commercialized E Invoice in Mexico. AMEXIPAC is a Chapter Member of the Latin American Association of Authorized Certification Service Providers, ALATIPAC. We promote the distributed model of E Invoicing based on the collaboration of the Public and Private Sector for the validation and certification of E Invoices issued on a universal open standard, XML, with the use of advanced electronic signatures that guarantees a continuous availability of services for all parties with maximum information security, confidentiality and integrity of the exchanged data.

Ardent Partners is a research and advisory firm focused on defining and advancing the supply management strategies, processes, and technologies that drive business value and accelerate organizational transformation within the enterprise. Ardent Partners actively covers the supply management solutions (eInvoicing, Procurement, Business Networks, Accounts Payable, Sourcing, Contingent Labor, and Payments) marketplace and produces research to help business decision-makers understand the technology landscape and identify the best-fit solution(s) for their specific needs.

The Inter-American Center of Tax Administrations (CIAT) supports the efforts of national governments by promoting the evolution, social acceptance and institutional strengthening of tax administrations, encouraging international cooperation and the exchange of experiences and best practices.We are a non-profit international public organization that provides specialized technical assistance for the modernization and strengthening of tax administrations. Founded in 1967, CIAT currently has 39 member countries and associate member countries from four continents: 31 countries of the Americas, 5 European countries, 2 African countries and 1 Asian country. Angola and India are associate members. Firmly committed to achieving measurable results, the values that we promote are integrity, transparency and ethics in an effort to prevent and combat all forms of tax fraud, evasion and avoidance and to facilitate voluntary compliance.

Financial IT is the venue where community makes itself heard. Innovation is the common feature of the companies that we work with. We provide a digital platform for product listings, multimedia and other editorial content, reviews by Financial IT, companies’ clients, and overviews of major trade events. Financial IT magazine is published around 8-10 times a year in digital form.

International Finance Publication Limited is a London-based financial and business publication that has a presence in print, internet and the digital space.
The website focuses on the latest news, in-depth analysis and offers insights into the economy, finance, banking, forex, Islamic Banking, wealth management, fintech, insurance and capital markets around the world. The quarterly rint edition was launched in 2014 to cater to C-level executives. The October 2017 issue of the magazine has a special section on Banking and Fintech.
Based on the feedback, a second label iMarket Insights was launched in 2016.
The company has a division iMarket Metrics, which organises conferences, conclaves, corporate training programmes and bespoke events.
The company honours outstanding companies and individuals with the International Finance magazine awards.
With over 500 clients in six continents, International Finance magazine is one of the most sought-after and fastest growing information dissemination media outlets in the world. on Facebook on LinkedIn

Payments & Cards Network is a recruitment agency specializing in fintech and payments. Our headquarters is based in Amsterdam and we also have offices in Atlanta and Singapore. With our international dedicated team of professional consultants and a large network of over 80,000 contacts in the industry, we connect you to highly skilled payment people in an efficient way. Besides, we are the proud publisher of Payments & Cards Magazine, which is one of the leading online magazines for the payments & fintech industry with a reach of 150,000 professionals, high level decision makers and c-suite executives.

The Paypers is the Netherlands-based leading independent source of news and intelligence for professionals in the global payment and ecommerce community. Our readership consists of merchants, banks, payment services providers, processors, acquirers, financial institutions and technology vendors.
We have a special focus on all major trends and developments in: payment solutions & services, digital payments, digital commerce, b2b payments, payments infrastructure, fraud & risk management, regtech, digital identity, regulation & compliance, banking & fintech, and mergers & acquisitions.


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