50p was a conference in January 2017 which introduced people to the whats and hows of the online payment ecosystem in India. Who are the players in the landscape? What are the risks associated with online payment gateways and wallets? Are non-cash transactions really secure? What regulations and policies to companies creating payment gateway products need to be aware of? How do you bridge the gap between developers and businesses in the field? What are the various SLAs that need to be navigated around? What was the effect of demonetization on the Indian economy? The conference held discussions on these and more, but with the ever dynamic Indian payment space, there is a need to address the tech and processes involved in developing and running payment systems and services.
The conference is a single track conference with parallel Off The Record (OTR) discussions happening.
Our speakers are a mix of creators of payment gateway systems, developers who incorporate security features, veterans in the field of credit and debit card transaction systems, startups that integrate their gateway with online shopping carts, expert bankers, and more. These are people who speak from years of experience, failures, successes, and expert legal knowledge.
Attendees are typically a mix of people who: work in the space, want to make the switch to working with financial systems, are interested in the security of an app that would deal with payment transactions or are interested in understanding all the basics around payments being made online.
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Your brand is visible to those in the ecommerce and payment gateways space. Most of our attendees are people who work in the area and care about technology and facilitators of digital payment systems.HasGeek conferences have also always been very conducive to companies scouting for talent.
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The logistics of the conference itself - wifi, videos, communication etc is as good as it gets. Kudos to your guys for running such a high quality data conference overall.
Regunath B on The Fifth Elephant 2016
Principal Architect at Flipkart.com
The conference was wonderfully organised, the attendees and speakers were a joy to interact with and we were very happy in partnering with HasGeek.
Aparna Sridhar on droidconIN 2016
Course Manager, Udacity
Between refreshing new lessons, business leads, potential hires and the sheer energy of the talent present at the conference, I think it was money and time well spent, even for an early stage startup as ours. We sent 11 members of our team including interns, and I'd do it all over again without thinking twice! This is the standard of discourse we should try and maintain across any conference or event we organize, these guys at HasGeek have a thing or two to teach the rest of our tech ecosystem.
Ashwini Asokan on The Fifth Elephant 2016
Founder and CEO, Mad Street Den
Droidcon was a great experience, with so many developers to learn from and meet. Conferences like these give you so many perspectives to look at. The most awaited part for me at the Droidcon was the Women In Tech panel discussion. We need to get more women talking about the challenges they face and how they overcome it.The conference had the Child care facility. You need to be very sensitive to think of something that is so important to parents attending the conference.
Dhatri Misra on droidconIN 2016
Developer Evangelist, PayU
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