New Open Banking integrations to revolutionise payments

Kieron James - 3rd Nov, 2023

We will be launching a range of new Open Banking payment services at an in-person event in the Auditorium at Rise, the heart of Fintech - and an excellent venue for networking!

10th, November 2023, Rise, Shoreditch EC2A 4DP.

The agenda includes a presentation from Christian Delesalle from Open Banking who will outline the rationale, current landscape, and the latest developments in Open Banking technology which create the conditions for fundamental change in the way we pay and donate.

During the session, there will be live demonstrations of Wonderful’s newest and upcoming Open Banking payment solutions for eCommerce, in-person sales and accountancy software. You'll see the ever-evolving nature of Open Banking services as we showcase enhancements to our recently launched smartphone App.

You'll be able to see Open Banking in action in the tools that thousands of charities, donors and fundraisers are already using Wonderful.org, which has been providing completely free fundraising and donation processing for the past seven years.

Additionally, if you represent an eCommerce web development agency, you will also get the chance to join our brand-new Developer Partner Rewards Program to earn money, enhance your offerings and reduce your customers' costs.

We’re absolutely delighted to welcome people to our fabulous home at Rise to showcase this transformative technology.

We’ll demonstrate payment services available to online and offline retailers and we will be introducing our One app to charities, donors and fundraisers to showcase new face-to-face donation and appeal tools.

Registration is completely free, and the full agenda is available on Eventbrite:

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