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Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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02:00 PM - 03:00 PM ET
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Callahan & Associates, Inc.
As consumer demands grow, having a multi-channel and source payment strategy has become vital for credit unions' retail and risk management success. Card payments are the preferred method of payment for many of your members. So why aren't more credit unions accepting them? And, what role does self-service have in all this card payment growth?
Credit unions that continue to delay on card acceptance lose ground on two critical fronts: customer satisfaction and operational efficiencies. However, the implementation and maintenance of an all-inclusive payments strategy can be simple and cost-effective.
Join payment experts from SWBC and Visa at 2 p.m. ET, on Wednesday, November 14 for a FREE webinar. In our discussion, we'll help individuals understand how a comprehensive strategy for payment acceptance will impact their operations, member experience, and financial performance.
You will learn:
Jason O'Brien, SVP Payments, SWBC
Scott MacWilliams, VP, Merchant Sales and Acquiring, Visa
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