About DigiCADA

An exciting free digital edition of our premier client event in South Africa – the Digital Credit and Decision Analytics Conference, or DigiCADA, is taking place from 1 – 3 September and we would love for you to join us.

DigiCADA is an opportunity for senior executives, managers and even whole teams working in the banking, telecommunications, retail, insurance and financial services industries to understand the credit-related trends that are prevailing in South Africa and learn about the latest solutions addressing key business challenges across the customer lifecycle.

What value does DigiCADA offer?

Leveraging the latest in digital conference technology, DigiCADA brings industry experts to you – whether you are at home on your couch or in the office. Our live streamed and engaging format gives you a tangible conference experience from the safety of your location – an important consideration during the current pandemic. In light of the economic disruptions the COVID-19 crisis has brought about, our theme for the event is Insights for the New Normal. Our experts will provide insights into how business and consumer behaviour has changed over the last year, including practical examples of how to use data and technology as a driving force for growth and innovation during the new normal.

A full digitally, all-inclusive conference experience

This complimentary, digital conference pushes the traditional online webinar format by including a full digitally, all-inclusive conference experience, including:

  • Digital auditorium for presentations
  • Breakaway rooms to explore additional valuable content
  • Discussion areas for networking
  • Interactive polls, quizzes and competitions
  • Flexibility to dial in for the sessions relevant to you
  • Free to share the event with your teams, colleagues or professional contacts

Are you ready for the new normal?

DigiCADA will take place from Tuesday 1 September to Thursday 3 September 2020 with two sessions per day 10:00 – 12:00 CAT and 14:00 – 16:00 CAT. Each session has 3 x 20-minute talks with a 45-minute Q&A and discussion.

We look forward to seeing you online!

Agenda

When registering for DigiCADA, you will have access to our full agenda, breakaway content and additional resources. DigiCADA offers freedom of choice, our attendees are free to join the sessions that are relevant to their interests.

10:00 - 12:00 CAT

Effects of COVID-19 on Businesses and Economies

What Will the New Normal Look Like? An Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Dr. Azar Jammine - Chief Economist, Econometrix

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

A Look at a Rapidly Changing Credit Economy: Pre-COVID to Now.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Jaco van Jaarsveldt - Chief Decision Analytics Officer, Experian Africa

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

KasiNomics: The Economics of Informal Economies in a COVID Environment.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

GG Alcock - Marketer / Author / Speaker / Entrepreneur, KasiNomic Events

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

14:00 - 16:00 CAT

Fraud and Risk: Strategies and Trends

Insights into the Latest Fraud Trends across the Globe and in Africa.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Mark Naicker - Global Fraud Consultant, Experian

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

We Need a Hero: Fighting Increased Fraud.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Client Case Study

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Using AI and Digital Tools in the Fight Against Fraud.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Michael Fairon - Managing Director, Yellow Dog

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

10:00 - 12:00 CAT

Credit, Analytics and Decisioning

Adapting to Disruption – Introducing the Latest Forrester Research.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Mark Wells - Chief Customer Officer, Experian

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

To Pay or Not to Pay: Determining Willingness to Pay During Periods of Economic Disruption.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Nerietha van der Westhuizen - Senior Quantitative Analyst, Experian

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Is there a True Alternative to Traditional Credit Scores for Africa?

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Paul Nel - Acting Head of Innovation, Experian Africa

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

14:00 - 16:00 CAT

Disruptive FinTech Trends

The convergence of Customer Experience, Open Banking, AI and COVID-19; and how it is disrupting the future of digital wallets.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Martin Dippenaar - CEO, Global Kinetic

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Is Open Banking Capable of Transforming Africa?

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Nick Tuttelberg - Global Consultant, Experian

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Uber is the New Bank: Non-Financial Companies Entering the Lending Environment as the New FinTechs.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Daniel Moritz - CFO, Merchant Capital

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

10:00 - 12:00 CAT

Leading Marketing and Loyalty Practices

Do you Know What your Customers are really up to?

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Sarina De Beer - Managing Director, Ask Africa

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

The Value of Powerful Market Segmentation Tools in a COVID-19 Environment.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Thivern Pillay - Head Consumer Insights, Experian

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Is Going Digital with Loyalty and Rewards Really Rewarding?

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Nivan Bijou - CEO, Craft

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

14:00 - 16:00 CAT

Innovation in…

Innovation in Change: The Future of Business Revolutionised: Strategy, Change and Transformation.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Michael Jackson - Global Professional Business Speaker

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Innovation in Analytics: Catching up with the speed of data - approaching human level accuracy in real-time automated affordability assessments.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Nick Burnett - Analytics Manager, Experian

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Innovation in Africa: Financial, Social, and Economic Inclusion in Developing Countries.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Rashmi Pillai - Executive Director / CEO at Financial Sector Deepening Uganda (FSD Uganda)

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

Innovation in Data: The Latest Advancements from Experian's Data Labs.

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to the value SMEs represent to our economic well-being and future growth. In fact, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) regards SMEs as the dominant form of enterprise across its region. They account for approximately 99% of all firms, provide the main source of employment - for about 70% of jobs on average - and are major contributors to value creation, generating between 50% and 60% of value on average. In emerging economies, SMEs contribute up to 45% of total employment and 33% of GDP. But are you able to make the most of this vital sector?

Experian Data Labs

Adam leads the charge promoting innovation in technology at CSID, now a part of Experian Partner Solutions. His expertise spans far across the security landscape, including identity protection and fraud detection, cyber security trends, hacking and attack methods. Adam is passionate about teaching companies and consumers how to take control of their information and privacy. Adam is based out of the UK and is an internationally known speaker on matters of cyber security, identity theft, fraud detection and identity protection.

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