NMI will be exhibiting at the annual MidWest Acquirers Association (MWAA) conference 2019 at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel (Schaumburg, IL) July 17-18 at booth #GS23.
The MWAA is a non-profit organization which educates payment professionals, such as ISOs, MSPs and Financial Institutions, on the constantly changing information the payments industry dictates. The 17th Annual Conference (#MWAA2019) will be held at the ‘Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center Hotel’ and this 1 1/2 day conference will be filled with educational and networking opportunities, dynamic speakers and an exhibit hall featuring the latest in payments and value-added products and services.
NMI is driving transformation in the payment industry through the power of unified commerce enablement. By unifying every point of payment engagement to deliver one view of the customer, NMI is enabling thousands of ISOs, fintech innovators and technologists to finally break free from today’s payment crunch and unleash new sources of value to achieve disruptive results. Processing more than $50 billion in payments a year, NMI is the driving force behind more than 1,200 technology partners and 127,000 merchants across retail, transportation, hospitality, medical, non-profit, parking, and vending verticals who are shifting to a new unified commerce strategy to put their business first, gain new value and deliver a superior merchant and consumer experiences.
NMI's attendees this year will include Joe Losurdo (VP of Partner Success), Eric Kirk (Sales Director), Chris Grundy (Business Development Manager), Anna Kovalenko (Product Marketing Manager), Oleg Yazvin (Product Manager), Rachael Miller (Partner Success Manager) and Scott Dean (Partner Success Manager).
Please feel free to book a meeting with someone from the NMI team via the form below or stop by booth #GS23 to chat about any payments queries you may have.
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