CEO and co-founder of ETRONIKA will be speaking at EPCA Summit

April 2, 2012

Kęstutis Gardžiulis, CEO and co-founder of ETRONIKA will be speaking about emerging technologies and how can a bank turn your electronic channels into a customer engagement platform at European Payments Consulting Association (EPCA) Summit. In twelve years Kęstutis turned ETRONIKA to the leading Baltic IT company. His curiosity for electronic banking, digital identity, smart retailing solutions, and security issues was the stimulus that made crazy ideas to become highly sophisticated solutions.

Key Take-aways:

– how emerging technologies can transform customers’ banking experiences;
– voice and face recognition for identity management;
– natural User Interface to enrich multichannel banking solutions.

The EPCA Summit is designed as a means for professionals to learn and stay in touch with new concepts, strategy, alternative techniques, global best practices and fundaments of payments and transactions. It features a 2,5 day program packed with knowledge-sharing and networking activities in the form of dedicated pre-conference workshops followed by a plenary and a specialized track program (of choice). 11th edition of the EPCA Summit 2012 will take place in Rome 18 – 20 April 2012.

You can find more info about EPCA and speach of Kęstutis Gardžiulis here.