Amdocs to present on future of ‘mobile money’ at Seamless Asia 2017

Posted on Apr 20 2017 - 4:16pm by Upgrade Staff

Amdocs, provider of software and services to communications and media companies, is slated to demonstrate its Mobile Financial Services (MFS) digital store at Seamless Asia 2017, scheduled on April 19 and 20 at Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre in Singapore.

Justin Ho

“The biggest challenge, today, for mobile financial service providers and digital banking providers is to continuously deliver newer financial products and services while delivering superior customer experience at a viable cost structure,” said Justin Ho, VP for mobile financial services, Amdocs. “Service providers need convenient payment and financial inclusion solutions that span the full range of digital financial services, and can be quickly deployed and integrated with the payment and financial services ecosystem.”

With banks, merchants and retailers adapting to the new payments landscape, Amdocs’ booth at Seamless Asia will be presenting the mobile financial services portfolio that provides banks and service providers with financial-grade performance for transaction security, convenience and operational reliability.

Ho will speak at Seamless Asia 2017 about MFS Agent Banking Solution and how it can be leveraged to digitize and develop an efficient distribution network.

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