What role will payments play in delivering MaaS?

Webinar: 10.30 – 11.30

26 May 2020

Training course

** Last chance to book **

What role will payments play in delivering the future of Mobility as a Service (MaaS)?

Mobility as a Service (MaaS) promises seamless door to door journeys, offering trusted, price-capped trips across a range of transport modes and operators, and including additional services such as shared cycles/scooters, parking or shared EV cars.

So how will payments play a major role in taking the future of MaaS forward?'

Payment cannot be separated from mobility: there is an evident correlation between ease of payment and user uptake'
Venceslas Cartier, Global Head of Transportation & Smart Mobility, Ingenico Enterprise Retail

Read more about future payments and how they can support innovation in transport

Payment and authentication are a focal point for any open payment projects. While technology will connect vehicles, infrastructure and modes of service, single payment transactions and identity are the nexus for any digital transformation of transportation. Much of the transport sector lags behind retail and other areas in efficiency and simplicity of payment. So what are the next stages of technological innovation and integration challenges?

In this webinar, we will explore:

  • How omnichannel payments will support the future transportation and MaaS ecosystem

  • Between payments specialists, banks, acquirers and card schemes, what is the winning combination when it comes to transportation?

  • How open payment transactions reduce costs and cash handling and open up additional revenue opportunities 

Join the live broadcast from 10.30 – 11.30 on 26 May 2020


  • Steve Howes, Director, Smart and Integrated Transport, Transport for the North
  • Venceslas Cartier, Global Head of Transportation, Ingenico Enterprise Retail

  • Anthony Wicks, Channel Manager, Ingenico Enterprise Retail

  • Followed by a Q+A panel: Facilitator: Jonathan Raper, CEO, TransportAPI

You can view speaker bios here

Please note space that is limited to 500 live delegates, so please register to guarantee a place. A recording of the broadcast will be emailed to all registrants after the live broadcast.

Join the live broadcast from 10.30 – 11.30 on 26 May 2020

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