EB SIG: Trends for Online Banking
Business and technology trends in online banking today
Thelen Reid & Priest Multipurpose Room
101 Second Street, Second Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
(Room is provided courtesy of Thelen Reid & Priest, LLP).
Second and Mission - security locks the doors at 6; buzz the security officer from the Second Street entrance for admission to the building.)
7:00-9:00pm presentation and discussion
(Pizza and sodas are provided courtesy of Execustaff)
$10 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
Come to learn more about the business and technology trends in on-line banking today. Find out how technology is providing companies the competitive advantage, both in B2B and B2C. Learn what other models are evolving today.
Be sure to have your questions ready for our panelists!
James Van Dyke, Senior Analyst, Jupiter Media Metrix
As an analyst, Jim Van Dyke covers financial services and payments. His research focuses on enabling financial transactions and the aggregation of assets for web initiatives. Prior to joining Jupiter, Van Dyke was the principal of a consulting company that provided strategic marketing services for Internet ventures; served as the product director for an Internet encryption system used by Global 1000 companies; provided future products strategy at Hewlett Packard, and launched a consumer-oriented Internet banking and payments system. His responsibilities have included the areas of strategy, marketing, product management, partnerships, market analysis and research, industry evangelism, training, and distribution channel development.
Mr. Van Dyke has presented before the US House of Representatives, and has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, The Economist, Forbes, Dow Jones, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Financial Times, American Banker, CBS Marketwatch, ABCNews.com and Wired. Mr. Van Dyke holds a BS in Management and an MBA.
Jupiter Media Metrix is the global leader in market intelligence for the new economy, combining data and analysis to provide businesses with unmatched resources for understanding and profiting from the Internet.
Robert C. Hamer III, President, CEO and Founder, Primitive Logic
Bob Hamer blazed his way into the technology revolution by traveling in ten short years from hi-tech prodigy into an experienced pioneer in planning, developing, and building the infrastructure for large-scale processing systems for online transactions. From this groundbreaking experience, he assembled his own company called The Communications Group. Founded in 1984, Primitive Logic, as it is now known, has grown from a small company with Fortune 1000 clients into an ever-expanding group of people and services working on the frontiers of new architecture and network solutions. Bob has worked for Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of America, Beneficial Data Processing Corporation and RCA. For sixteen years, Bob has maintained his own strong personal commitment to values of a balanced life, humor, high standards and creativity, and he continually infuses this outlook into company employees and client interactions.
Primitive Logic, a project oriented consulting company, has been providing component-based architectures and network solutions since 1984. Today they continue to lead the e-business industry in technology and comprehension of the most complex business problems. They specialize in architecting, designing, developing and implementing lightweight, rigorous and high-speed enterprise-wide solutions. These solutions are delivered through one of two practices areas:
- eBusiness infrastructure - which includes enterprise architecture design and integration, Web-based application development and implementation
- data warehousing and security/networking.
The name, Primitive Logic, is derived from the fundamental knowledge inherent to ancient cultures-the foundation upon which modern civilization was built.
Michael W. Rogers, Vice President, Marketing & Co-founder, Paymap, Inc.
Prior to joining Paymap, Mr. Rogers worked in product development and as the Call Center Manager for Grant Financial Group, Inc. from 1991 to 1993. From 1989 to 1991, Mr. Rogers served as Marketing Director of Sportsworld, a sports marketing company. From 1988 to 1989, Mr. Rogers served as a Business Analyst for Dun & Bradstreet. Mr. Rogers holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Behavior from the University of California, Berkeley.
Paymap is a provider of innovative electronic payment solutions. It was started in 1993 and is headquartered in San Francisco.
Paymap is a full-service electronic payment provider, offering:
- Specialized Marketing Personalization and Flexibility.
- Contact Center and Back-Office Support.
- The Web as an Additional Contact Point, only.
How does it work?
* One-time payments can be set up for immediate obligations, such as a late payment.
* Regularly scheduled withdrawals can be set up to collect a portion of a payment on a payday-to-payday option.
* Customers can use Paymap to set a schedule to reduce their mortgage debt, pay less interest, and pay off their debt faster.