From April 30th through May 2nd, the payment industry gathered in the heart of Las Vegas – Mandalay Bay Hotel for one of the most popular events of the year.
TRANSACT is where everyone — from large financial institutions to tech startups and entrepreneurs — gathers for insight into what’s new. It’s a chance for industry players to learn about groundbreaking technology, trends, and policy changes impacting what it takes to grow.
And this year, we’re proud to announce our participation in the event as a Gold Sponsor. Alongside established players and up-and-comers alike, we’ll be representing our premier merchant services CRM over four days filled with networking events, educational sessions, and an exhibit hall filled with more than 200 companies.
TRANSACT is the one show focused solely on the business of payments technology. As a Gold Sponsor, we’re committed to the ever-changing landscape of the payment processing industry. It’s not enough to build a “good enough” product in today’s world.
To keep up with the demands of merchant needs, it’s our mission to continuously innovate and improve. Whether it’s one of our sales tools already in motion or a newer feature, like our Gmail Extension, we make it a point to learn from what works and provide solutions where they don’t yet exist.
Here’s what you can expect from ETA TRANSACT ‘19 and IRIS CRM during the event.
The Industry’s Finest
With over 4,000 attendees, 1,000+ C-level and senior executives, 500+ companies and 25+ countries represented, TRANSACT ‘19 will offer no shortage of connections to be made. The exhibit hall alone will be filled with over 200 exhibitors showcasing leading-edge technology you won’t want to miss.
Outside of the exhibit hall, you’ll have access to over 60 educational sessions. These will offer actionable advice to anyone in payments looking to set their business up for success in the years to come. Main stage speakers, representing everyone from Google Pay to Mastercard, will offer insight into some of the biggest ideas and changes shaping the industry as we know it.