Payment sector chiefs highlight partnerships
Dubai, March 21, 2012
A major conference for the leaders in the payments industry concluded recently in Istanbul with all participants endorsing the need for greater cooperation and collaboration within the payments industry.
Organised by Network International, the largest acquirer and one of the leading payment solutions providers in the region, the 2012 edition of the User Conference was organised under the theme “Bridging Ambitions.”
“This is one of the most vibrant times for the payments industry, and as we look forward to more exciting developments through 2012, I believe there are no boundaries for innovation,” said Abdulla Qassem, chairman, Network International.
“But the road to excellence and innovation cannot be travelled alone. This is an age of cooperation and collaboration, and skills of individual organisations can best be maximised through strategic partnerships.”
Network International’s flagship event is aimed at enhancing awareness and understanding about industry trends and developments amongst its partners, including merchants, banks and other financial institutions.
The event is also designed to create constructive dialogue between industry thought leaders and the region’s partner community by providing a platform for insightful discussion on the current trends and future direction of the payment card industry.
“At Network International, we are deeply conscious that our success and growth is closely linked to the success of our partners. The User Conference has proven to be a catalyst in building stronger relationships amongst our partners, and enabled us to develop greater understanding of our roles in the world of payment solutions,” added Qassem.
“The year 2011 has been an extremely crucial one for Network International, because we have undergone considerable reorganisation, that has laid the foundations for our new growth phase,” said Ram Chari, chief executive officer, Network International.
“Through 2012, we look forward to maximising the extensive opportunities in the payment solutions arena, to further strengthen the Network International brand.” – TradeArabia News Service
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