PSE Innovation Videos

PSE’s Payment Innovation Series is designed to showcase industry innovation through 10 minute bite-sized interviews with key executives. They are a great way to hear about how new trends and service offers are impacting the payments landscape. We will be posting new videos here as they are recorded.

ChatGPT – What impact will ChatGPT have on payments?

ChatGPT has generated a lot of interest from across the business world, but what about its impact on payments? We hosted a great conversation with Matt Mills, Daniel Cronin and Tom Hay from Featurespace, Integrated Finance and PSE on their views on how it will affect payments industry. We touch on topics ranging from fraud and engineering and operations.

Codat – Opportunities for Open Finance

In this full length conversation with Yasamin Karimi from Codat we discuss the benefits of Open Finance to acquirers as they seek to onboard new customers and carry out credit checks. Yasmin highlights the emerging opportunities of combining accounting, Open Banking, and commerce platform data to create a rounded view of where a business has been, its current cash position and its order pipeline.

Computop – Biometric Authentication

In this full length video, Ralf Gladis from Computop  discusses the challenges faced by merchants when looking at authentication, and the advantages of good authentication procedures far beyond payments.

Phos – The International Expansion of SoftPOS

In this great conversation, Mike Barnes from Phos talks us through where merchants and acquirers are currently spending their money and the rise in interest in softPOS in the emerging markets.

Worldline – Where next for EU Payments Regulation PSD3 or GDPR2?

This is the full length conversation with Michael Salmony from Worldline about the evolution of EU payments regulation. What will come next, will it be PSD3, or perhaps GDPR2?

Abrantix – The Difficult Emergence of SoftPOS

In this full length interview our MD, Chris Jones, talks to Paul Butterworth from Abrantix about why its taken so long to get SoftPOS up and running and why its still not a mass market product.