Top Five Terminal Trends: Staying a Step Ahead through a Pandemic


Staying a step ahead with terminal trends is a critical component in payments. In this webinar, we will share trends that will help financial institutions meet the changing environment. Commercial customers are looking for solutions that help them go beyond transacting to delivering an experience. 

Who Should Attend: Operations, Payment Systems Specialist, IT Professionals, Retail and Branch Managers 

Learning Objectives

  • Explore Current Challenges and Opportunities in Payments
  • Discuss the Top Five Trends at the Terminal
  • Improve Commercial Customer Experience through New Delivery Methods
  • Discover Overlooked Opportunities to Drive Income


Megan Miller
Vice President, Head of FI Partnership Development

Megan has been with Elavon since 2009. Having started her career on the retail side of banking, she brings a level of perspective in understanding the challenges banks face in juggling the many solutions on a day-to-day basis and recognizes firsthand how impactful merchant services can be when positioned properly. Her team is responsible for working with financial institutions across North America to establish new relationships who are supported by Elavon’s dedicated regional and community bank channel. Megan is a member of Rotary International, providing humanitarian service to communities both locally and globally. She is also a member and serves on the programming board for Advancing Women in Nashville (AWIN) whose mission is to advance and develop women leaders as business and community leaders. Megan resides in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and two children.

Gina Bannister
Vice President, Payments Advisor

Gina has been partnering with financial institutions for more than 18 years. She started her career growing key relationships for a national diversity and consulting firm where Gina developed her skills to align people, goals and strategy. Gina draws from her vast experience in payments to help her clients create an effective blueprint that drives results. Through collaboration with solution specific experts, Gina gives her clients a custom approach to their payments strategy. Gina is a community volunteer supporting housing organizations such as Bethany House Services.  She is member of the African American Business Resource Group and Advancing Women at U.S. Bank. Gina is a graduate of Xavier University, and resides is Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband and two sons.

David Fowler
Vice President, Head of North America Point of Sale Solutions

David has been with the company since 2004 and held multiple positions involving integration, customer relationship management, and the sales and support of payment terminals. Prior to joining Elavon, David held sales and support positions for electronic transaction processing with Albertsons, NCR, Atlantic Richfield, and Agilysis (IBM). His team at Elavon is involved in the strategic direction, evaluation, and support of electronic payment solutions for a wide variety of Elavon customer businesses. David has been involved in multiple youth development organizations including local sports teams and Boy Scouts of America as coach, advisor, troop, and cub pack leader. David resides in St George, Utah with his wife of 37 years. They have 3 daughters and 5 grandchildren.  

Webinar Fees

Pricing For Price Season Pass
Bank Member $195 $0
Bank Nonmember $249 $0
Affiliate Member $195 $0
Affiliate Nonmember $249 $0

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Additional Info

Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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