Money20/20: Las Vegas 2017

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Register today with code ONTAR250 to save $250 on registration for Money20/20:

From October 22nd to October 25th, Veriday will be attending Money 20/20 at The Venetian, in Las Vegas, Nevada. As an exhibitor, we will be located at Booth 647 for the four days of the event. We would love it if you stopped by to chat about anything to do with financial technology!

One of the largest events concerning Payments and Financial Services. Leaders from every sector of the industry, from wealth management to insurance, from business banking to mortgage brokers will be at this event. This is an event that financial institutions need to attend to stay up to date with the latest news and developments in the world of financial technology.

The four-day event has fantastic networking opportunities, with over 11,000 attendees, from all around the world, in one place. There is an incredible roster of speakers including Brett King, Steve Wozniak, and Ray Kurzweil, plus many, many more speakers from the world of finance and technology.

Artificial Intelligence, Globalization, and Regulation are just four of the many topics that will be discussed at the event. If you can find your way to Las Vegas and care about finance, you should attend this event. 

Are you planning on attending Money20/20? Let us know on Twitter @VeridayHQ!

Sibos 2017 Toronto

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Sibos 2017 Toronto

Billed as “the world’s premier financial services event” Sibos 2017 Toronto has made a bold claim. However, it’s a claim that the conference can back up. In 1978, Sibos was simply a seminar about banking operations. But much like the financial services industry itself, the conference has grown to become much, much more than that. Sibos is now an annual conference, exhibition, and networking event, with around 8,000 leaders from financial services in attendance.

The four-day conference takes place between the dates: Monday, October 16th, and Thursday, October 19th at the Metro Toronto Convention Center. There will be over 200 exhibitors, hundreds of speakers and conference sessions and plenty of opportunities to discuss business strategy and grow networks that will shape the future of finance.

Regardless of your specialty within financial services, Sibos Toronto 2017 will cater to your unique needs and interests. The programme is organized into four streams: banking, compliance, securities, and technology. Each stream has a different focus, but all follow the same theme.

The theme of this year’s conference is: “Building for the Future,” focusing on four emerging areas of concern for financial institutions:

  1. Cybersecurity
  2. Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  3. The impact of geopolitical and regulatory shifts
  4. Data and identity

A working knowledge of these topics can help any leader in financial services prepare their business for the future! Don’t miss this event, register today at  

Let us know if you will be attending #Sibos2017 on Twitter (@VeridayHQ).

Liferay Symposium North America 2017

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Are you ready for the next Liferay Symposium? As a Liferay Platinum Partner and Gold Sponsor, Veriday is already looking forward to attending. In just two weeks, industry leader and engineers from around the world will descend on Austin, Texas for Liferay Symposium North America 2017. Speak with Liferay’s key developers and experts. Learn how YOU can use Liferay with practical sessions and workshops. Discover best practices and innovative solutions for the business challenges you are focused on solving.

This premier event for Liferay’s customers, digital business leaders, partners and community developers in North America will include two days of expert sessions, hands-on workshops, networking opportunities, access to Liferay’s top executives and architects, and keynotes from digital experience thought leaders.

Attending the Liferay Symposium will give your technology leaders the knowledge they need to apply Liferay DXP, the most recent, most advanced platform from Liferay to their digital transformation project. You really don’t want to miss this.

Liferay Symposium North America 2017

October 16th-17th

Hilton Austin

Austin, Texas


For more information:

On the event, please visit the event page.

About Liferay, visit

About how we use Liferay to facilitate digital transformation, check out our solutions page.

UBS Future of Finance Regional Finalist


We are proud to announce that we have been selected as finalists in the UBS Future of Finance Challenge 2017! That means that Veriday will be taking part in the Americas final in New York on November 8th, 2017.

UBS Future of Finance Regional Finalist

The UBS Future of Finance Challenge 2017 is a competition open to Fintech companies around the world with disruptive technological solutions that will transform the banking industry. Back in June, we entered our product: Digital Agent into the competition. Digital Agent is a transformative marketing and compliance platform that helps enterprises in financial services create a more personal engagement channel for their network of independent agents.

We are looking forward to the finals, holding a high level of confidence in our platform. Our team has seen the results that Digital Agent can bring businesses, it’s about time that everybody else does too. We will update everyone on our progress in this competition on Twitter (@VeridayHQ) and LinkedIn.

Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit: Europe – Recap

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Last week, Veriday CEO, Marc Lamoureux (@mlamveriday), attended the Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit: Europe in London, England. In addition to having our CEO speak, Veriday was a Gold Sponsor of the event. The event took place at the Tower Hotel, located along the River Thames, next to the world famous World Heritage Site, The Tower of London from September 21st to September 22nd.

The setting was phenomenal. In the shadows of a medieval tower, financial marketers from across the world shared ideas about how the financial services industry can prepare for the future. In a location that for centuries has been used to isolate people and valuables from the rest of society, digital marketers discussed how the financial services industry can create more connections.

Our CEO, Marc Lamoureux, took the stage on Day 1 of the event to discuss how banks and other financial institutions can humanize digital channels, making them more inviting to consumers. His presentation at the Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit touched on several of the topics he discussed in one of our previous blog posts: Brand Personification: Why Should You Care?

The Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit: Europe featured many informative keynote presentations:

Thomas Barta (@ThomasBarta on Twitter), discussed how marketers need to become (and in many cases, are already becoming) leaders of change to open the conference. It was a motivational presentation that raised the energy in the room. After he left the stage, the energy in the room suggested that nearly everyone there was ready to become a more motivated agent of change.

Another excellent presentation, this one by Kirsten Burt of UBS, discussed how distributing content through client advisors benefits financial enterprises, customers and advisors alike. That keynote hit home for those in attendance from Veriday because we work every day to create better connections between financial agents and their customers.

At Veriday, we believe that “the human touch” is an important factor for financial brands. To help enable humanized digital experiences, we developed a platform, Digital Agent, that helps financial enterprises create compliant, on-brand digital experiences for their network of agents.

While those two presentations jumped out to us, there were so many excellent presentations about the use of data in financial services marketing, creating connections through digital channels and how financial services brands can prepare for the future.

If you missed the Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit: Europe, don’t stress. There is another Summit coming up in just a few months. The Digital Marketing for Financial Services Summit: New York, is less than two months away, you do not want to miss it!
To stay up to date on all our upcoming events, follow us on Twitter @VeridayHQ. We hope to see you at our next events!

Association of Canadian Compliance Professionals 16th Annual Conference

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What: Association of Canadian Compliance Professionals 16th Annual Conference

When: Monday, April 24th, 2017

Where: The Carlu – 444 Yonge St. Toronto, Ontario – Round and Sky Rooms


We are excited to be sponsoring and attending the Association of Canadian Compliance Professionals (ACCP) 16th Annual Conference, in Toronto on April 24th.

The one-day conference will involve several panels on how industry leaders are handling complex compliance issues, what new regulations you need to be aware of and an update from the MDFA. Real-world cases will be used to examine nuances within compliance regulations. There will be discussions centered around what actions you can take to minimize the impacts that overly expensive, complicated and time consuming compliance processes have on your business.

This event is a great opportunity for Canadian compliance professionals to gain insights on pressing compliance issues. For more information on the conference, click here.

Are you planning on attending? Let us know on Twitter @VeridayHQ or come say “Hi” at the conference. Digital Agent, our flagship product, can help simplify the compliance process in financial services. To learn more about Digital Agent contact us!

Canadian fintech companies pursue future in the UK

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Veriday is proud to be one of the 13 Canadian companies participating in The Canadian, UK FinTech Mission Think Tank Team Challenges mission led by the Department for International Trade (DIT). The DIT will be leading the 5 day mission, accompanied by CIBC bank, to the UK from December 4th to 8th.  The mission, which is supported by British Airways, will give organizations the opportunity to network with leading fintech peers during the “FinTech Connect Live” conference and the “European Digital Banking Summit” in London.

The mission’s goal is to support companies’ growth plans for the UK, introduce them to the world’s leading financial centre and provide valuable insight into the market from industry experts and mentors.

This event will take the form of an open roundtable discussion; each Think Tank Team Challenge will explore a key area of the UK banking & FinTech landscape, presented to each team as a challenge.

The other 12 participating companies, from British Columbia and Ontario include: Blockchain Technology Limited, CIBC, Control, Grow Financial, Horizn, Kooltra, Lendified, OutsideIQ, Q4 Inc, RentMoola, Sensibill, and Zafin.

About the Department for International Trade
The UK’s Department for International Trade has overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to our economy. We are a specialized government body with responsibility for negotiating international trade policy, supporting business, as well as delivering an outward-looking trade diplomacy strategy.
About British Airways
British Airways, part of International Airlines Group, is one of the world’s leading global premium airlines and the largest international carrier in the UK. British Airways has a strong presence in Canada, operating daily flights between London and Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and twice-daily flights between London and Toronto. On Business is a Global Loyalty Program that is free to join, and allows businesses to collect points to spend across our global network with American Airlines, British Airways and Iberia.

Chris Lamoureux, COO of Veriday, elaborates on the recent Network of Giving Partnership

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In late September, we were excited to announce our partnership with the Network of Giving. Network of Giving specializes in delivering technology solutions to support important causes and communities around the world. NOG is a value added software and IP tool that empowers billions of caring consumers purchasing goods and services digitally which can benefit local organizations and causes seamlessly.

Recently, Chris Lamoureux, COO of Veriday Inc., elaborated more on this partnership and what it means in terms of future projects, innovation, and what this means to all the charities involved.

What is the extent of the relationship between Veriday and the Network of Giving?  What will you be doing together as partners?

Chris:  Changing the world is not easy, sometimes it takes a lot of time; days, weeks, months, years, sometimes decades. Although, with clear focus, a goal and vision in mind, changes can happen and make a positive influence on the world. We’ve been working with Network of Giving for several years now to help them change the world through one transaction at a time. The Network of Giving harnesses the power of everyday digital transactions, supports important causes, and helps communities around the world become more prosperous and resilient, particularly local communities.

What solution will we be creating together?  What problem does it solve for the customers?

Chris:  Through pioneering innovations, technology, existing financial structures, and business processes, the Network of Giving has found ways to link consumers, local merchants, charitable and community organizations, banks, payment networks, and other financial organizations into a dynamic ecosystem to create an entirely new way of supporting digital charitable giving. We at Veriday believe that this is an enormous untapped potential to change the world, and we are committed and focused on supporting the Network of Giving in their activities.

What are the benefits that the customers will see from the partnership?

We’ve been supporting the Network of Giving in the ground-breaking technology innovation area using leading-edge approaches and modernized thinking. It allows us to create a technology solution that can plug and play into the most complex financial services systems in the world. Taking the complexity of the service systems and delivering it simply into a marketplace in which any consumer can use the solution; to take a simple banking transaction, or a simple purchase, and direct that at a merchant while part of the proceeds go to support a charity of their choice.

From your perspective, what is special or innovative about the partnership?

What’s innovative and interesting about this partnership and what we’re trying to do is that we are taking something simple and something that is done every day, and using it as a catalyst for change to fuel and accomplish something bigger. Innovative, yet complex. Simple and elegant.

The Network of Giving Alliance Welcomes Veriday


Using Everyday Digital Transactions to Drive Social Change

BOSTON–September 22nd, 2016–Veriday Inc., a digital marketing and technology company, joins the Network of Giving Alliance LLC (NOG), an organization which delivers technology solutions to support important causes and communities around the world.

Veriday will provide its expertise in leading edge technologies to support the market deployment of NOG’s pioneering innovations, which utilize existing technological and financial infrastructures to ignite charitable giving by linking consumers, local merchants, banks, payment networks and other financial services organizations in a dynamic ecosystem, seamlessly delivered through digital channels including mobile payment solutions. NOG creates an entirely new way of driving tremendous positive social change for local communities.

“Veriday has a strong track record of successfully delivering solutions in the financial services industry. We welcome the Veriday team to the NOG Alliance to help deploy our proven ‘Network of Giving’ technology into market,” said Terry Tietzen, Executive Director of the NOG Alliance.

“NOG will create an entirely new way of supporting digital charitable giving,” said Chris Lamoureux, Chief Operating Officer, Veriday Inc. “We are excited about the opportunity to work with the NOG Alliance to help generate everyday giving to local communities, and to redirect donations to local, national or global relief efforts when disaster or emergencies strike,” added Mr. Lamoureux.

About Network of Giving Alliance LLC
The Network of Giving Alliance believes in building meaningful and impactful philanthropic solutions for the next generation. In a world they now embrace as daily life, they learn how their decisions can make direct change in the communities where they live, work and shop. To learn more about the Network of Giving, visit

About Veriday
Veriday is a Digital Marketing and Technology Company specializing in developing products, solutions, and methods to transform online user experience and engagement. Veriday’s professional services and development teams help organizations reach their employee, customer, and member’s digital needs by creating leading edge portals and websites. From conceptual planning, implementation, through to technical support, Veriday is involved throughout the entire project process, helping companies to make their next online project a milestone success. Veriday has significant experience in the financial services and digital media industries. To learn more about Veriday, visit


Network of Giving
Craig Bida, 617-901-4654
Chief Communications Officer

Liferay Announces a Platform for the Digital Enterprise

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Liferay Digital Experience Platform helps improve customer experiences by bridging organizational silos and processes

LOS ANGELES, Calif. — (May 3, 2016) — Liferay, Inc., which makes software for enterprises, announced today the Liferay Digital Experience Platform (DXP), designed to help companies create and manage experiences that support the end-to-end customer relationship. With Liferay DXP, digital innovation leaders can enable every business unit in the enterprise to serve the customer consistently, by integrating deeply with business operations and building an understanding of the customer with every interaction.

“Businesses today are moving beyond a narrow focus on marketing to look at the whole experience of their customers,” said Edwin Chung, VP of Product Management for Liferay. “Liferay DXP helps companies present the right personalized experience for the moment: frustrated customers need help, not targeted offers, while a great service experience is an opportunity to upsell. By deeply integrating with the systems that support business units and processes, companies can act on customer sentiment and history to give customers the right resource or offer when they’re ready for it.”

A recent Forrester study* found that the No. 1 technical barrier facing digital experience leaders was inadequate integration with backend systems. Customers expect to have ready access to information locked in these systems, including order status, issues reported, profile information and a history of interactions. The brands that earn customer loyalties will be those that have all enterprise resources and departments available to help the customer. But while many CMS and DXP vendors use targeted content and offers to drive sales, they often fall short of nurturing the relationship with deeper interactions that tie into a company’s business operations.

With Liferay DXP, sales, marketing, support and service teams can truly work together for the customer. The Liferay platform assembles a comprehensive view of the customer from separate systems, uses that insight to improve customer interactions, and integrates those interactions to the company’s operations. Liferay DXP also enables partners and employees to interact with customers to influence sentiment and support the relationship.

Liferay DXP provides:

  • Flexible architecture for transformation: Liferay allows you to quickly implement digital strategy and adapt to new digital technologies with reusable microservices and integration with existing applications.
  • Experience management: Customer-facing business units that touch customers can design highly personalized experiences, from marketing campaigns to customer service processes, by targeting useful information, offers, and resources to user segments and individuals.
  • Single view of the customer: Liferay DXP creates a single customer profile aggregated from all of the customer’s interactions with the company, along with important data points such as customer sentiment, interests and significant conversions.
  • Engagement data: Improve customer experiences with access to engagement data such as video content views, click-throughs on targeted content, community activity and social metadata.
  • Support for innovative interfaces: DXP is designed to be used with modern UI and app frameworks favored by savvy front-end and mobile developers

For more information about the Liferay Digital Experience Platform, please visit

Product Availability:

Liferay DXP will be available for purchase at the end of May 2016.

*Grannan, Mark, et al., “Vendor Landscape: Digital Experience Portals,” Forrester Research, Inc., January 4, 2016


About Liferay

Liferay makes software that helps companies create digital experiences on web, mobile and connected devices. Our platform is open source, which makes it more reliable, innovative and secure. We try to leave a positive mark on the world through business and technology. Companies such as Adidas, Carrefour, Cisco Systems, Danone, Fujitsu, Lufthansa Flight Training, Siemens, Société Générale and the United Nations use Liferay. Visit us at