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CO-OP offers P2P digital wallet paper
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif.  (11/21/12)--CO-OP Financial Services, a credit union service organization that offers shared branching, ATM and payment services, is offering a white paper to attendees of a free webinar on person-to-person (P2P) payment and digital wallets.

The one-hour webinar, titled, "Are P2P and Digital Wallets Right For Your Credit Union?" will be held at 11 a.m. (PT) Dec. 5.

The white paper focuses on definitions of P2P/digital wallets and enabling technologies, a review of key industry developments, and CO-OP's recommendations for credit unions considering P2P/digital wallets adoption. The white paper will serve as the basis for the webinar presentation.

Among the topics the white paper and webinar will cover include:

  • Definitions of P2P, digital wallets, near-field communications and wallets not requiring a swipe or a tap. In addition to describing technology in plain language, this section also provides examples of products and providers currently on the market, as well as assessments of adoption successes and challenges to-date.
  • A survey of key recent industry developments from leaders in technology, financial services and retail point of sale.
  • CO-OP's recommendations for P2P technology and digital wallets.
  • A summary of CO-OP's vision for the future for P2P/digital wallets and CO-OP's current and of its planned services in this area.


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