Bureau of Innovation hosted sold out Coffee Byte Session on E-Commerce in Aruba

Bureau of Innovation hosted sold out Coffee Byte Session on E-Commerce in Aruba

On 26th of April the Bureau of Innovation (BI) hosted their “Coffee Byte Sessions”, a small two-hour learning event on different topics in Aruba’s society in which BI invites experts in their respective fields to discuss and present their knowledge with interested people.

BI invited Mister Atwell Aniceta – Local Representative from CX PAY, to come and share his experience on CX PAY and e-Commerce in Aruba in general. This topic resulted in being a “sold out” event. The invitation shared with BI’s mailing list clearly stated limited seating available – which made everybody invited RSVP within no time.  

With the world changing and customer behavior changing with it, BI decided it was time to invite Merchants to hear what CX PAY can offer when it comes to e-commerce and to point out that there are indeed solutions within Aruba to keep up with the pace of change.

During this event Merchants, Bankers and even Economic Affairs came together and discussed their concerns, idea’s and insight on what would be needed to establish a secure way to e-commerce.

CX PAY is committed to assist the industry with the ultimate goal to maximize sales easily and effectively by creating a securely protected environment against fraud by using the highest level of secure transaction infrastructure available to their clients with a simple “local buying feeling experience”.

What stood out is the possibility to finally receive your money locally on your account within just a few days in a cost effective way. Also present at the Coffee Bytes, CMB / MCB Representative Annelien Tromp-Diaz showing their ongoing support in opening the market for those in need and being one of the steady partners with CX PAY. This way CX PAY presents you with local partners, who understand the market, language plus the supply and demand of customer and merchant. What became clear during this session is how other banks in Aruba have not yet shown their full support on this option, making it difficult for the Merchants to move forward as well.

Overall it was a very informative session, with a lot of different dynamics and the merchants being central in their need to move forward and to become innovative while looking for the right tools to do so.

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