Leading FinTech Brands Sponsor MPC: The Digital Commerce Event

Leading FinTech Brands Sponsor MPC: The Digital Commerce Event
Leading FinTech Brands Sponsor MPC: The Digital Commerce Event

PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MPC22, the premier Digital Commerce Event, is pleased to announce its sponsors from world-leading brands across the digital commerce value chain. Organizers thanked leaders in the fintech, banking, technology and mobile app sectors for their enthusiastic sponsorship and support of the 12th annual conference, themed ‘The Currency of Change’, to be held on 22-24 August 2022 at the Westin Atlanta Perimeter. North.

Marla Ellerman, CEO of MPC: The Digital Commerce Event, pointed out that digital commerce stakeholders are solving the world’s biggest economic and geopolitical challenges. “The world depends on digital commerce in so many ways,” she said. “Our sponsors form a huge, collective currency for change that drives innovation and solves big problems across the digital payments space.”

MPC22’s featured sponsors include:

  • US Bank, the fifth largest commercial bank in the United States

  • Zelle, leading digital payment network for businesses and consumers

  • GoCart, provider of immediate payment solutions across all digital channels

  • Heartland, one of America’s largest payment processors

  • Intel, leading semiconductor technology for point-of-sale payment systems

  • Aliaswire, leading provider of integrated payment technology solutions

  • Galileo, the API standard for card issuance and digital banking

  • Kount, provider of enterprise-level e-commerce fraud protection platform

  • PAX, global provider of electronic payment technology solutions

  • Aava Mobile, market leader for POS professional tablets

  • CPI Card Group, end-to-end loyalty and payment provider

  • MagTek, leading provider of payment and identification technology

  • Merchant Advisory Services, one-stop provider of omnichannel payment acceptance

  • Timeis, embedded finance thought leaders, strategists and solution providers

  • Valutec, full-service provider of gift and loyalty card solutions

  • Ankura, trusted advisors that help companies protect, create and recover value

  • Nationwide Payment Systems, the next generation provider of merchant technology services

  • Rainbow Secure, mobile identity, security and single sign-on service provider

Established media cooperation

Ellerman noted that MPC: The Digital Commerce Event is supported by leading trade media and member organizations for the financial services and payments industry. Ellerman thanked the following trade organization and media partners for their ongoing support:

  • Aite Novarica Group, consulting firm that provides critical insights on technology, regulations, strategy and operations for hundreds of banks, insurance companies, payment providers and investment companies

  • Banking CIO Outlook, technology magazine for the banking sector

  • Channel Pro, news resource for IT professionals, VARs and MSPs

  • Coinpedia, crypto related news, events, PR and information

  • CryptoNewsZ, one-stop cryptocurrency and blockchain platform

  • DevPro Journal, thought leadership for software developers

  • XaaS Journal, a resource for IT solution providers building “as a service” businesses

  • Digital Transactions, an engaged source for trends in the electronic exchange of value

  • Inside Telecom, international telecommunications magazine

  • Money 20/20, brings together who matters in money

  • NextTech Communications, integrated communications for next-generation technology companies

  • Photon Commerce, real-time payment API for invoices, payments, receipts and more

  • People Behind Payments, a media outlet focused on bringing light to the countless successes in the payments industry

Ellerman thanked the Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (Wnet) for its partnership and support. The 501(c)(3) non-profit association, established in 2005 to empower women in the payments industry, will sponsor the following activities:

Tuesday breakfast: Wnet will sponsor a breakfast, hosted by VyaPay, on Tuesday, August 23 from 07:00 to 08:00 in the main exhibition hall, with opening remarks by Dana Sills, Director of Partner Relations at VyaPay.

Special Presentation: Wnet executives will further explore the topic of sponsorship in a panel discussion, “Moving the Needle: The Importance of Sponsorship,” moderated by Audrey Blackmon, General Manager, Strategic Partnerships at BHG Financial with guest speakers Dr. Gail Burgos, CEO and Founder, Burgos Consulting LLC; and Polly Van Dusen, Vice President of Talent Acquisition at One Inc., on Wednesday, August 24 at 10:35 to 11:05

“We are proud of our longstanding partnership with Wnet as one of the leading organizations dedicated to empowering women through the payments and fintech industries,” Ellerman said. “MPC fully supports Wnet’s mission to help women in the payments industry achieve greater personal success, influence and professional equality.”

SPONSOR DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE

Event planners encourage attendees to reduce registration fees with MPC sponsor discounts; check with an MPC sponsor to get your unique promo code. For more information about the conference and registration for the event, visit:

ABOUT MPC: THE DIGITAL COMMERCE EVENT

MPC: Digital Commerce Event is the premier annual conference and exhibition on the future of alternative payments worldwide. MPC is known for bringing together thought leaders, innovators and decision makers from the finance, technology, government, retail, marketing and mobile industries to discuss the evolution of the payments industry. Participants benefit from access to the world’s leading experts in emerging payments and commerce, blockchain and digital currencies, cybersecurity and consumer privacy, customer experience and loyalty, and customer engagement and marketing. For more information, visit: and follow us on Twitter at and LinkedIn on

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