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05Feb

Myths and Realities of the Internet of Things: A Roundtable with Geezeo

In this roundtable hosted by Geezeo John Best and an array of experts in the payments field discuss all things IoT and banking. Listen in for the roundtable’s insights on the Fiserv/First Data merger, explore the current and future states of IoT, and stay ahead of the curve with expert advice regarding the biggest upcoming disruptions in the industry.

 

Featured in this roundtable:

 

Aaron Junod – VP of Product, Geezeo

Tracey Dunlap – Chief Experience Officer, Zenmonics

John Best – CEO and Founder, Best Innovation Group

Zack Miller – Founder, Tearsheet

 

Relevant Links:

 

Download the original Geezeo live roundtable

John Best’s book and video series “Breaking Digital Gridlock”  

About the Author

John Best

John Best

CEO

Best Innovation Group

John Best is recognized as a thought leader and visionary of technology advancements and financial application development within the credit union industry.

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