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Mastercard Webinar: Enabling Frictionless E-Commerce with Card on File

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COVID-19 has substantially impacted the way consumers shop, requiring organizations to evaluate their strategies and quickly adapt to new spend dynamics.

During these unprecedented times, consumer spend is shifting to e-commerce channels and businesses are expecting the trend to continue moving forward. Join this webinar to explore how card on file usage can help deliver a frictionless shopping experience, drive greater engagement and increase consumer spend.

Webinar Speakers:

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Andy Markowitz

Senior Vice President, Customized Marketing, Mastercard

     
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Dana Duman

Vice President, Digital Solution Product Management, Mastercard

     
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Brian Pujanauski

Vice President, New Product & Solution Development, Mastercard

     
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Stephanie Scotto Amelotti

Vice President, Managed Services Product Management, Mastercard

This Webinar Will Cover:

  • How organizations can meet consumers’ demand for a frictionless, digital shopping experience

  • Strategies for organizations to increase card on file usage and drive customer engagement and spend

  • Mastercard's domain expertise working with partners to meet rapid changes to consumer behavior

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