DPUB and Web payments community meet-up at CDAC, Mumbai on 22nd April 2015
22nd April’ 2015
1. Digital Publishing in India - Next steps
In this meeting, we are engaging with the Publishing community in India at two levels .
- - To appraise the community about the need for entering in the Digital Publishing
- - To connect the community with the work happening in the area at Global level
This meeting is expected to see the initiation of a weekly conference call based "Alternate Time Zone meeting" with the DPuB community in India.
2. Web Payments ecosystem - Indian approach
This is the first meeting of the stakeholders of Web payments ecosystem in India. The prospective stakeholders as we see are from, but not limited to, Public/private Banks, Payment gateway providers, Merchants, Regulators and Standardization bodies. We have invited Mr. Alan Bird - Global Business Development leader, W3C, to share the current discourse on Web Payment at W3C global, via teleconferencing.
Major discussions will revolve around below key points:
- - Sharing, identifying and prioritizing observations and problems in the area of Web payments standardization
- - Discussion on India specific requirements in the Web payments domain
- - Discussion how to make payment solutions more user friendly and secure for the end user
- - (and above all) enabling Indian community for a head-start in the way the future online transactions will be conducted
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