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After the hype - e-commerce payments grow up

After the hype - e-commerce payments grow up

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Industry experts share their views on the proliferation of e-commerce payments at this workshop forum hosted by the Payment Cards Centre of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and the Electronic Commerce Payments Council (eCPC) of the Electronic Funds Transfer Association.

This was the second event jointly sponsored by the groups. The first forum, 'The Future of e-Commerce Payments' which was held a year earlier in June 2002, focused on the possibilities ahead, as various electronic payment channels displace paper cheques as a primary payment form.
This more recent forum, 'After the Hype: e-Commerce Payments Grow Up' continues the dialogue, emphasising recent economic and marketplace realities that impact e-commerce payments innovation, acceptance, and maturation.
The speakers share their expertise and insights across a spectrum of issues, including cheque displacement, mobile commerce and fraud prevention.

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