In the first Mobile Commerce and Banking Summit and Exhibition inaugural session which commenced, included professionals from the financial sector, telecom industry, technology sector and business community. In an extremely collaborative session the professionals compelled for the pivotal point of the session that was to support financial inclusion. The event was planned by The Professionals Network. The merging of mobile technology, finance and the consumer was the subject of the event and brought together noticeable bankers, technology and telecom experts and business leaders and negotiated on the sector’s most challenging problems.
Concrete Steps Required for Financial Inclusion Strategy
Furthermore the summit emphasized the significance of mobile technology for B2B and B2C financial industry. The expert panel shared different opinions breathing life into the event, which was loaded with economic and financial data.
In his inaugural remarks, Mehmood Tareen, Founder & CEO, TPN said:
“The ways and methods of communication, learning, shopping and spending have drastically gone through a rapid change in the past few years, similarly our approach towards performing banking transactions have also gone through a rapid change simultaneously.”
Ateeq Ur Rehman in his preliminary but thought-provoking speech debated on the ominous requirements of executing e-commerce initiatives. He stressed that e-commerce steps by shareholders shall be recognized by the fact that most people desire the affluence of access and convenience that comes with e-commerce platforms.
Member Finance, PTA, Tariq Sultan briefed that the world is moving towards internet, most things in these days are getting digitalized, electronic commerce (e-commerce) has altered the way of trading in almost every segment of business. He further added that Electronic banking is the need of time as it enables an easy way to monitor an account. Most of the commercial banks in the country moved to the convenient ways in accessing the accounts of the customers and providing them the liberty for easy access.