Adopting an in-house approach to tokenization can provide banks, processors and domestic payment networks with a range of benefits, including rapid plug-and-play deployment, quantified risk and security, pre-certification and a future-proof roadmap that allows maximum control and flexibility.
Nets has implemented the largest multi-bank token platform to be rolled out in Europe to date, enabling its clients across the Nordic region to deploy token-based secure mobile payments services to their customers.
The company evaluated a range of options before selecting Carta Worldwide’s Token Processing Appliance (TPA) to deliver the service to its clients. During this webinar, Hans Henrik Hoffmeyer, Nets’ SVP for mobile services, explains:
- • Why Nets chose to implement its own tokenization solution
- • The process the company went through to evaluate the available options
- • The reasons Nets selected the solution it eventually adopted
- • How the solution will enable Nets to support its bank customers and further develop mobile payments in the Nordic region
- • The lessons Nets has learned, and the key takeaways from the project
- • Why Nets believes the ultimate decision on which payment solution will “win” at the point of sale lies with the merchant and the consumer — and how this solution will help the company support its clients regardless of the outcome
This event provides a unique opportunity to learn from a speaker with real world experience of selecting and implementing a tokenization solution.
The webinar begins with a short presentation from Giles Sutherland, VP of strategic alliances at Carta Worldwide, who introduced Nets and the partnership the two companies have created. Hans Henrik Hoffmeyer delivered the main presentation, and Elizabeth “Buffy” Duke, Carta’s VP of business development, summarised what other financial institutions can take away from the deployment.
The webinar is be chaired by NFC World’s editor, Sarah Clark, and during the webinars you’ll hear questions and answers from the audience at the end.