Moving Mobile Payments to the Top of the Retail Pyramid
A lot of business innovation starts out at big companies and works its way down to small enterprises as the cost of innovation drops as adoption increases. Not so with mobile payments where companies like Square, PayPal, and Intuit have ignited mobile payments innovation that is now moving upstream to larger retailers. So how will this climb to the top of the pyramid look and who will get there first? ROAM Data EVP Ken Paull sounds off here.
Executive Vice President, ROAM
Ken has over 20 years in senior management roles in the electronic payments industry including senior vice president at RBS Lynk (now WorldPay), vice president at Triton Systems and general manager at VeriFone. He was responsible for building and rapidly growing what is now WorldPay’s national account payments division while also directing the turnaround of what had been a declining ATM processing business. While at Triton, the company surpassed NCR as the second largest domestic ATM supplier and also became the global leader in retail ATM deployments. At VeriFone, Ken built their major account, retail division which has become one of the largest segments of their business. Most recently, Ken has held positions of board director at Access to Money, director at Market Platform Dynamics and president of Pax.
A native of the Boston area, Ken holds a B.S. in Marketing and Communications from Babson College, as well as an MBA in Telecommunications Management from Golden Gate University.
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