NACHA Payments 2009

I was Twittering away throughout the conference (full archive of conference related Twitter posts here) thus neglecting coverage here at Payments Views. So here are some belated highlights, observations, and recurring themes from last week’s NACHA Payments 2009 Conference in Orlando.

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Heidi Miller, CEO JPMorgan Treasury & Securities Services, didn’t pull any punches this morning when she addressed the NACHA Payments 2009 conference. The financial crisis – and resulting economic uncertainty – is just one of the real dangers to the ACH network but those same dangers can be an opportunity for improvement. (I suspect she […]

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Fresh off raising another $42 million of star-studded (Goldman Sachs this time) venture capital, Steve Case and Jason Hogg came to the NACHA Payments 2009 conference today to tell the banking world about their payments “Revolution”. Apart from reiterating last week’s deal with Chase Paymentech (bringing potential acceptance to 650,000 merchant locations and websites), not […]


Erin tweets from NACHA’s Payments 2009 in Orlando that attendance this year is about 2,000 – down about 1,000 from last year’s turnout. She’s also wondering what happened to the Wi-Fi in the Payments 2009 conference venue – it’s missing in action! (BYON is my motto – Bring Your Own Network!) Follow more of Erin’s […]

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My colleague Bryan Derman and I are in Orlando for NACHA’s Payments 2009 conference. Just heading off to bed, but thought I’d do a quick post to share some B2B stats that were just released: Business-to-Business (B2B) Payments/Financial EDI More than 1 billion EDI-formatted addenda records were transmitted across the ACH Network in 2008, a […]


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