INNOPAY is proud to be launching its German version of the award-winning management book ‘Everything Transaction’ (‘Alles Transaktion’ in German) during Transactions (TRX). TRX is Germany’s pioneering event for payment, banking, tech, digitalisation and the platform economy. Each year, thought leaders from the national and international digital business gather to provide an outlook on the most important industry trends.
TRX 22 will take place in Frankfurt on 17 November 2022 and is organised by Payment & Banking. This is a leading association of the most important driving forces of the German fintech industry and operator of Paymentandbanking.com, one of the most important finance blogs in Germany.
In an increasingly digital world, every interaction is becoming a transaction. These transactions go beyond the exchange of money in return for a product or service. In fact, exchanges based on data are rapidly becoming the norm in the digital world. These data-driven transactions are becoming relevant across industries, and especially in the financial services industry in the shape of ‘Open Finance’.
Financial institutions have reached a strategic crossroads and need to answer several fundamental questions, including: How will transactions evolve in the context of financial services? What role should entities like financial institutions and service providers play? And which commercial opportunities and risks are involved?
These and many more questions are answered in the award-winning book called ‘Everything Transaction’, which has now also been published in German (‘Alles Transaktion’). The book offers numerous up-to-date insights and concepts for players operating in an increasingly data-driven economy, and helps executives better navigate the digital world from the unique perspective of data-driven transactions.
On Friday 25 November, we will present the book ‘Alles Transaktion’ in conjunction with Payment & Banking at TechQuartier in Frankfurt. Jochen Siegert, co-founder of Payment & Banking, will chair a discussion with the authors of the book as well as Mounaim Cortet, head of INNOPAY in the DACH region.