Webinar: Streamlining Web Payments

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 
12:00pm - 1:00pm CT
This webinar is for Members and Sponsors. 


For many users, Web purchases can be a frustrating experience, especially on mobile devices. Poor user experiences such as typing information again and again or following complex steps to payment lead all too often to error and high rates of cart abandonment.

W3C has begun to work on a standard API to help streamline checkout. This API will enable superior user experiences and enable merchants to take advantage of more secure payment methods to reduce liability and protect sensitive user information.

In this Webinar the panelists will discuss the goals of this standards effort, the emerging architecture for the payment request API, and the anticipated impact on merchants and other e-Commerce players. They will also introduce other payment-related activities and discussions at W3C that will affect merchants and other stakeholders in the global payment ecosystem.

Moderator: Ian Jacobs, W3C
Ian Jacobs has helped lead the Web to its full potential at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1997 in a variety of roles. Since early 2015 he has led W3C’s payment activities, focused on making Web payments easier and more secure. Prior to that he was the Head of W3C Communications for 10 years, and edited a number of W3C’s Recommendations.

Panelist: Adrian Bateman, Program Manager, Microsoft

adrian batmanAdrian is a program manager on the Web Platform team at Microsoft. He has worked on browsers at Microsoft for the last 10 years starting with IE7 and now on Microsoft Edge, the new browser in Windows 10. Adrian has been involved in web standards development throughout that time and works with other browser vendors as well as the wider web community to bring new capabilities to the open web platform.





Panelist: Nick Telford-Reed, Director of Technology Innovation, Worldpay 

Nick Telford-ReedNick has been working in online payments and financial services for the past 14 years in product, marketing and technology management roles since joining Worldpay in 2001. He ran the engineering teams for the RBS Group’s websites and service management teams for RBS and Natwest online banking before returning to Worldpay in 2010 to take up the role of CTO of Worldpay’s Worldwide Payment Gateway, leading its separation from RBS. In 2013 he founded a new Technology Innovation function, working with the Futures division to develop new propositions in global payments.  At the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), he co-chairs the Web Payments Working Group and sits on the Advisory Council and Web Payments Interest Group. He attends cards standards body EMVco's Board of Advisors meetings for Worldpay.


Panelist: Zach Koch, Product Manager, Google

Zach KochZach Koch is a Product Manager at Google working on Chrome Browser. In addition to leading the web payments effort, he focuses on making browsers more useful to everyday users. Before joining Google, Zach worked as a designer and software engineer.







 Panelist: Adrian Hope-Bailie, Web Payments Officer, Ripple

Adrian Hope-BailieAdrian has worked as a technology researcher, software engineer, product developer and solutions architect. These days he represents Ripple as their Standards Officer co-chairing a working group at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to develop new payments standards for the Web and pioneering a neutral and open payments protocol called Interledger, the TCP/IP of the Internet of Value. He was also involved in the development of mobile Web standards and technologies while at dotMobi in Dublin, primarily focused on mobile device capability detection. Although globally focused since joining Ripple he has been closely involved in the retail payments and Web technology industries in South Africa for many years in roles at ACI Worldwide, Paycorp Holdings and Stanchion and as co-founder and developer of the website sarugby.com.