Work Ventures Manages Launch Event for NPCI at Taj Palace Delhi
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Marketing | May 17, 2017 | News
Work Ventures recently won a multi-agency pitch to execute the launch event of acceptance of JCB cards at NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India) network held at Taj Palace New Delhi on May 4.
National Payments Corporation of India is an umbrella organization under the aegis of the RBI, for operating retail payments and settlement systems in India. NPCI is focused on bringing innovations in retail payments segment by harnessing cutting-edge technology for achieving greater efficiencies in operations and widening the reach of digital services for a deeper market penetration.
The event opened with the traditional lamp lightning, followed by addresses by various dignitaries from both the allied companies, as well as a Senior official from the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Govt. of India. After they each shared their views, the floor was thrown open for a Q&A session with media agencies from both the countries.
As part of the execution of the conference, a real-time demonstration of the live card swipe transaction was carried out. The event culminated with the traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
On managing the event, Stephy Lobo, Assistant Manager, Work Ventures said, “It was a huge responsibility as we had to deliver the best. We were able to coordinate well with the Japanese agency and meet client expectations as well. I am thankful & honored for being given the opportunity to execute this important event.”
Pratik Shah, Director, Work Ventures added, “We are very happy to be associated with NPCI. They appreciated our work and want to extend that further for their upcoming events too. This really pays off for the hard work and dedication our team has put into the project, our team has really worked hard fulfilling all the expectations of the client even after facing time constraints and we look forward to more such opportunities.”
The event took place at Taj Palace New Delhi on May 4, where a real-time demonstration of the live card swipe transaction was carried out.