The ATMIA is issuing a "call for speakers" to present at its conference Feb. 19-21, 2013, in Scottsdale, Ariz. The theme, "The Destiny of ATMs: Designing Our Future," will highlight the importance of ATMs as part of emerging solutions for mobile, person-to-person, EBT and business-to-consumer payments, according to an ATMIA announcement.
A conference will also feature a new structure for breakout sessions this year, increasing the number of tracks from two to five, covering a wide range of subject areas, including:
- Technology and Innovation
- Regulations and Compliance
- Security and Risk Management
- Payments and Deposits
- Business Management and Education
ATMIA is accepting proposals from speakers until July 15. Possible speakers should submit their ideas to Dana Benson at email@example.com, including a brief summary of the presentation and its working title, which of the above tracks is most relevant, speaker names and titles, and the companies they represent.
Each session will be allotted 30 minutes of time.
All proposals will be reviewed by the group's speaker committee, which will work with ATMIA staff to select the most interesting and appropriate content for the conference.
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