Tag Archives: Paypal
Growth in consumer demands for personalization, omni-channel experiences and data transparency caused leading brands to reevaluate the way they collect, store and apply customer identity data in 2014.
As 2015 draws near, we’ve taken stock of growing trends, examined industry forecasts and consulted our crystal ball to compile a list of ten consumer identity-related predictions poised to impact businesses over the course of the next year.
Last week, we … Keep reading →
It was an interesting several days of discussions at the IIW this week in Mountain View. The event brought together individuals who have been passionate about driving user-centric identity for many years, as well as some of the newer players in the space who bring a more corporate perspective, trying to balance business model with user control.
At a high level, there was much continued discussion on the concept personal data stores … Keep reading →
Tim O’Reilly posed a great question tonight: What kind of backend does it take to make all this magic happen? What should you think about when you hear the terms Mobile, Local, Social? PayPal X and an ecosystem of developers started a conversation to answer that today.
Gigya is part of this conversation. Specifically we are presenting PayPal Identity Services on Stage with PayPal’s Ashish Jain at 3pm PST … Keep reading →