ETA’s Transact15 to showcase future of commerce with Intel  — 01:35:56(CST)2-27-2015
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ETA’s Transact15 to showcase future of commerce with Intel

Washington, Feb. 25, 2015 — The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the global trade association of the payments technology world, announced today that Intel will showcase the future of commerce and security as Doug L. Davis, Senior VP & GM of Intel’s Internet of Things group joins the stellar TRANSACT keynote line-up. TRANSACT 15 will take place in the technology hub of the nation, March 31 – April 2 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and registration is open today with limited early rates available at .

“All payments professionals must understand how connected technology is changing commerce. Technology will enable new retail experiences, creating amazing growth opportunities,” said Jason Oxman, CEO of ETA. “We’re excited to have Intel on the keynote stage showcasing innovation that will improve store traffic, customer experience, inventory management, and brand optimization.”

In addition, Intel will launch a 2,500 square foot commerce experience on the TRANSACT show floor. The largest exhibit space in TRANSACT history, Intel and its partners will provide insight into the future of transactions and the retail industry. TRANSACT 15′s interactive, inside look at Intel’s solutions keeps retailers competitive, connects payments professionals to new business opportunities, and offers a glimpse into the immense value the Internet of Things promises to consumers.

Doug Davis is senior vice president and general manager of the Internet of Things (IoT) Group at Intel Corporation. In this role, Davis leads a worldwide organization responsible for Intel Architecture computing solutions consisting of hardware, software and services across market segments including industrial automation, retail, aerospace, automotive and other intelligent systems applications. He joins keynote speakers Jingming Li, President and Chief Architect of Alipay U.S., Visa President Ryan McInerney and MCX CEO Dekkers Davidson.

TRANSACT’s global reach brings together, under one roof, the entire payments ecosystem – from mobile network operators and equipment manufacturers to online service providers, retailers, retail technology providers, processors, all of the major card brands and venture capital/investors – thousands of leaders and partners to grow your business. For more information, visit .

Companies interesting in exhibiting should contact Cathryn Wanders, or 703.964.1240 x26.

ETA is the global trade association representing more than 550 payments and technology companies.

Source: Company press release.

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