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With Sumit Savla (Sr Product Mgr, PayPal).
Sunday, January 30, 2022 at 05:00 PM   Absolutely Free   Online
 
     
 
 
              

 
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The very first step that customer goes through before using any product is to log in. Hence, login & customer authentication is a critical part of any product experience. For PayPal, it is crucial to eliminate login friction to provide a seamless shopping experience & maintain industry-leading check-out conversion. I have been working as an Identity product manager at PayPal for 4years, & I will share my learnings with you all.

You will learn about:
- Various friction-less login options available at your disposal for mobile apps
- Different friction-less login options available at your disposal for web apps
- Increase conversion of your products via optimizing login experiences

Meet the Speaker: Sumit Savla

Sumit Savla is a Senior Product Manager at PayPal, where he leads the identity products for PayPal Inc mobile apps & friction-less login charter.

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