Integrated Payments/Software, Sponsored by Accenture

6 - How Key Trends Will Impact the Experience at Retail for Business Owners and their Clients

Tuesday, April 17
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM
Location: Islander H

Pioneered by Square, business owners are beginning to expect streamlined onboarding and easy to use experiences software and payment experiences. This panel will explore key trends in provisioning services to business owners including rapid onboarding, integrated software/hardware solutions for multiple customer experiences (counter top, pay at table, mobile).

Nicole Jass

Vice President of IP, Data Fraud Products
Vantiv now WorldPay

Nicole Jass
Vice President of Integrated Payments, Fraud, and Data Products

Nicole Jass is Vice President of Integrated Payments, Fraud, and Data Products at Worldpay (NYSE:WP), a leading provider of payment processing services and related technology solutions for merchants and financial institutions of all sizes.

In Nicole’s role at Worldpay she leads the development and strategy
For all fraud, loyalty, and data products to help our clients better understand and serve their customers throughout the purchase and brand relationship journeys. She also recently took on the leadership role for all integrated product strategy and development. Prior to joining Worldpay, she founded SpyderLynk, a mobile activation and marketing platform company, where she served as CEO of the company helping brands measure media effectiveness by driving digital engagements from offline media.

Her areas of expertise include innovative product concept and development, strategic partnerships, vision, strategy, execution, revenue generation and P&L management. Nicole was listed as a “2018 Remodista Women2Watch Honoree,” “2014 ColoradoBIZ Magazine GENXYZ Top 25 Professionals”, a “2011 Mobile Marketer Mobile Women to Watch” and she was chosen as one of the “Digital 25 Leaders in Emerging Entertainment” by the Producer’s Guild of America. She has 6 issued and 4 pending patents.

Nicole holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from University of Colorado Boulder.


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Rich Aberman


Rich is the co-founder and Chief Product Officer of WePay. WePay powers payments on online platforms and marketplaces, such as, Constant Contact, FreshBooks, GoFundMe and Meetup. WePay protects its partners from risk and regulatory exposure, while supporting a seamless experience for their end-users. Prior to founding WePay in 2008, Rich left a prestigious scholarship to NYU Law. Prior to that he attended Boston College where he earned a BA in Economics, Political Science and Philosophy.


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Cory Capoccia


Cory joined Womply in 2011 and currently serves as Womply’s President. Cory leads the strategic vision for many of the company’s functions and works closely with members of Womply’s executive team, with a particular focus on the intersection of finance, partnerships, revenue, and people operations.

Cory has led Womply to sign long-term agreements with more than 40 of the nation’s top credit card processors, helping them reduce attrition, improve acquisition, and generate new revenue. Under Cory’s leadership, Womply has raised $50 million in investor capital and recruited, onboarded, and developed hundreds of employees across offices in San Francisco; Portland, Oregon; and Lehi, Utah.

Cory brings more than 12 years of experience as a payments technology executive. Prior to joining Womply, Cory was part of the founding team of Verifi, a leading provider of end-to-end credit card payment protection and risk management solutions for large-scale businesses accepting credit card payments. While building Verifi from the ground up, Cory served multiple roles spanning operations management, relationship management, business development, analytics, new product development, and sales. Cory was a key contributor to pioneering new technologies and strategies for Verifi and holds a U.S. patent.

Prior to joining Verifi, Cory worked in the financial services and consulting industries at Morgan Stanley, Himelsein Mandel (a boutique hedge fund), and Deloitte & Touche.

Cory graduated with honors from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a bachelor’s degree in business economics and accounting.


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Wally Mlynarski

Chief Product Officer

Wally Mlynarski leads Global Product and Innovation at Elavon, Inc. focused on delivering market leading payment and commerce solutions to global markets. Most recently Wally headed up the Mobile and Omni Commerce division at Elavon, Inc. providing mobile payment acceptance, mobile payment and supporting commerce solutions to the market for merchants and partners globally. He launched The Grove at Elavon, an innovation center focused on harvesting innovation in and around payments to help merchants grow their business. Prior to Elavon, Wally worked for CorFire, the mobile commerce business unit of SK C&C USA, a global pioneer of mobile commerce solutions, providing mobile commerce enabling solutions for various companies throughout the ecosystem including major OEMs, top Acquirers, prepaid providers, major domestic and global MNOs, large Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs) and other major merchant brands. Throughout his career, Wally has worked with numerous providers to establish relationships for partnership or collaboration including POS and Merchant Solution Providers, Payment Processors, MNOs, Consortiums and other Mobile Commerce Technology Enablers in North America and Europe. Wally also has extensive experience working in the mobile and telecom space at Nokia prior to his role at CorFire. Wally received a degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Computer Engineering.


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John Waldmann

CEO and co-founder

John Waldmann is the CEO and co-founder of Homebase, the largest provider of team management software to local businesses. John founded the company in 2013 to make life a little easier for his restaurant-owning friend and bartending sister. Homebase moved them off paper, excel and antiquated systems. Today, Homebase provides free online tools and mobile apps for managers and employees to save time, manage labor costs, and reduce stress--serving over 60,000 businesses in all 50 states.


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