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BAI Payments Connect 2015 In Demand
Standard Price: $495
Enterprise Member Price: $395

A resource you can refer to again and again. With BAI Payments Connect IN Demand, you can access insights and knowledge from BAI Payments Connect 2015 to help shape your action plans and guide your decision making. Whether or not you were able to attend this year’s event, you can experience this industry-leading conference and Expo.

BAI Payments Connect 2015
3/2/2015 8:00 AM -
3/4/2015 1:00 PM MST
Phoenix Convention Center
Phoenix , Arizona
Standard Price: $1,795
Enterprise Member Price: $1,595

BAI Payments Connect 2015 brings you the insights, information, and personal connections you need to stay ahead in today's rapidly changing retail banking payments space. Network with payments executives, refine your customer relationship strategy and discover the solutions, partnerships and processes you need to generate new payments revenue streams.

BAI Retail Delivery 2015
10/13/2015 8:00 AM -
10/15/2015 12:00 PM PST
The Venetian | The Palazzo Congress Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
Standard Price: $1,995
Enterprise Member Price: $1,795
Gain unique perspectives from global thought leaders, from inside and outside the retail banking industry. This highly engaging, interactive event focuses on resolving key challenges and identifying new opportunities for better growth and profitability.

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