Contribute to a Community of Practice
Periodically formed Communities of Practice (COP) invite merchants and other payments stakeholders to address targeted issues and opportunities. The COPs are focused on advocating for change within the payments ecosystem and/or educating merchants on changes that may impact their organizations.
Each COP is open to All Access merchant members and other invited stakeholders (e.g. acquirers) who can assist with solving for the COPs objectives. COPs are tactical in nature and conclude when the objectives are achieved.
Active Communities of Practice
Collaborative effort to drive positive change in the implementation of merchant routing choice through attaining knowledge, sharing best practices, and engaging partners and other resources to provide clarity on the availability and/or barriers to delivering financial value through debit routing optimization.
Meeting Frequency: Every three weeks on Tuesday 3:00-4:00pm CT
Collaboration on techniques for conducting payments data analysis and pinpointing crucial and ever-changing payments KPI’s – including the evaluation of alternatives to standard data reporting.
Meeting Frequency: Every two weeks on Wednesday 3:00-4:00pm CT
Merchant members focus on their influence on EMVCo specifications and related market implementations.
Meeting Frequency: Every other month on the last Wednesday 3:00-4:00pm CT
Evaluate the QR Code specifications, models, and providers in the market and identify best practices for merchant acceptance and the customer experience.
Meeting Frequency: Every three weeks on Monday 3:00-4:00pm CT
Enable omni-channel commerce with supporting rules and relevant, modern, and effective tools for fraud mitigation. Identify holistic solutions to mitigate fraud in the ecommerce space, addressing all ways customers shop.
Paused Communities of Practice
Retired Communities of Practice
Get involved in a Community of Practice
Interested in joining an active COP or have an idea for a new COP?
The following are required to form a new COP:
- The issue has defined objective(s) that when achieved will signify the end of the COP.
- Issue/opportunity impacts several merchants or is a relatively common problem shared by others.
- You are a merchant who is willing to help lead the effort and get others engaged.