San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) August 23, 2005 -
Â Financial DNA, LLC, a consulting and communications firm focused on the needs of financial technology investors and industry participants, has finalized the agenda for its upcoming conference entitled Unbanked Financial Services Innovation 2005, to be held on September 14 in San Francisco. In addition to a full schedule of presentations by publicly-traded industry leaders, the conference will feature a full day of presentations from development stage and privately-held unbanked financial services innovators including C-SAM, NetSpend and NextEstate, among many others.
ÂWe are very pleased that Unbanked Financial Services Innovation 2005 will feature so many of the development stage companies that will soon be changing the industry landscape,Â said Gary R. Craft, founder of Financial DNA. ÂAs just one example, C-SAM presents an approach to the market that could transform the way that the banking and telecommunications industries seek to interact and transact with unbanked and underbanked American consumers.Â
Mr. Craft continued, ÂC-SAM has created a set of financial and non-financial transaction solutions that work on all networks and devices. While this idea has the power to streamline channel distribution in all B2C interactions, it is especially powerful in the realm of unbanked financial services, given the significant penetration of mobile telecom services among the unbanked. C-SAMÂs ability to empower mobile commerce and specific payment applications such as P2P money remittance might well represent a transitional path toward empowering unbanked and underbanked consumers with greater access to financial products and services. This type of transformative vision for the unbanked marketplace is common to many of the development stage companies who will be presenting at Unbanked Financial Services Innovation 2005.Â
For further information on Financial DNA and its financial technology conference series, please visit http://www.financialdna.com.
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