Payment Cards are no Longer a Piece of Plastic

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Presentation by Johan Löfmark at the Nordic card markets conference in Stockholm, 19 January, 2011.

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    1. Nordic Card Markets conference | 19 th of January 2011 Payment Cards are no Longer a Piece of Plastic; Welcome to the New Digital Economy
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    3. plastic = “legacy interface for accessing the payment enabler”
    4. Agenda Johan We are in the epicenter of changes Front Office innovation by whom? Nordics leading the way Welcome to the world of Tieto
    5. Our biggest business area: Telecom R&D Our 2nd biggest business area: Financial Services Experts in Digital Business Transformations ≈ 4 00 institutions are using our Card Suite
    6. Hello, I’m Johan. Twitter OpenID The Long Tail Sailing & Skiing Gary Hamel India Perpetual Beta Transitive t rust Transparent Government Archipelago Creative Destruction Facebook Innovation Workshops Digital Natives Near Field Communication Digital Customership New Way of Work Amazon.com & Kindle Next Step in Banking The New Digital World Multi-channel Social Media & Enterprise 2.0 Uplifting Service Experiences iPad Sheraton
    7. NFC Payment System
    8. What both Johan and Tieto are passionate about: The Information Society…especially the impact on financial services
    9. “ The Nordic Payments Market; Leading the Way ” Theme of the Nordic Card Markets Conference 2011
    10. We in the Nordics love Non-Cash World Payments Report (2010)
    11. … all this started in the 90s Source: Finnish Bankers Association
    12. … banks leading the revolution
    13. From efficient transactions… … to front end innovation But, competition have moved:
    14. 1983 2006 2010
    15. … Sweden is today the country in Europe where the least people visit a bank branch Forrester (2010) Customer behaviour is ready:
    16. … so when is the Nordics moving from a piece of plastic as “legacy interface for accessing the payment enabler”?
    17. A lot of focus on NFC.
    18. … but why do we constantly assume it is the established actors (in developed markets) driving the future of payments?
    19. … how come we missed the payments friction in eCommerce Sales volume following eBay purchase and integration of PayPal (UK volumes)
    20. … how come we missed the payments friction in eCommerce
    21. … how come we are missing the social networking trend? blippy.com swipely.com
    22. … why wasn’t Square established by someone in this room? SquareUp.com
    23. Kiva… Kiva.org
    24. … and why are we not utilizing the data? mint.com
    25. Lars; my personal banker. ” The main reason we have a bank is to get rid of the transaction costs for card payments.” Jörgen Wennberg CEO, Ica Banken
    26. New actors entering the Payments ecosystem e.g. speakers at this conference: IKEA, Nokia and TeliaSonera Next year: Google, Paypal, Apple? Phone book: Matti Meikäläinen Maria Maija Mainio Jussi Juonio Paul Sminth Select Cancel SMS E-mail Money MMS
    27. Johan prediction #23: during 2011 Apple will transform your iTunes account to a NFC based payment ecosystem… iTunes.com
    28. Financial services as a service?
    29. Banks core business excellent performed; e.g. transactions, risk management and trust… … but what about front office innovation?
    30. Banks are not good at front office innovation (anymore)
    31. Maybe we should focus on what we do the best? Simplified Payments Value Chain BACK OFFICE INDUSTRIALIZATION More efficiency Optimized processes Seek volumes Self service Increased STP FRONT END INNOVATION Customer focus Channel development Partnerships Time-to-market Flexibility
    32. Here is a key message today: The future of financial services and payments will most definitely be bank enabled , but not necessarily bank driven . We need to allow for innovative external services, support the good ones and copy the best.
    33. What's your role in the emerging new payments ecosystem? Decision point: will your bank be a processing house or an innovation powerhouse. In 2011 it´s time to decide.
    34. Other great coffee subjects: We have some exciting demos at the Mobile World Congress next month Our Card Suite Our experience in NFC Front Office Innovation Partner in driving innovation
    35. /welcome to the world of Tieto <ul><ul><li>Johan Löfmark </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Business Advisor </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Tieto Corporation </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>+46702754829 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul></ul>Continue the conversation on tieto.com/blogs and @TietoFS

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