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Visa selects GPS as strategic partner in APAC

By Dunedin,  December 18, 2019

GPS to support Visa in helping APAC fintechs take next-gen digital payment solutions to market

Dunedin-backed Global Processing Services (GPS) has entered a strategic partnership with Visa, the global leader in payments technology. The UK-based PayTech Pioneer™ will become a preferred issuer processor for Visa’s Fintech FastTrack Programme in Asia Pacific, with the goal to accelerate fintech innovation in the region and champion the success of local businesses.

As part of the program, GPS will collaborate with Visa to enable faster go-to-market for fintechs that want to build, test and launch new payment solutions within the APAC region.

As a global leader in powering digital financial services, GPS’s Apex platform enables easy integration with fintechs, issuing banks, Programme Managers and card manufacturers across the payments ecosysem. The platform has become the preferred choice of fintechs and challenger banks wanting to launch new, innovative and disruptive physical and virtual card payment solutions.

Recently launched into the APAC region, GPS is already working with fintechs, digital banks and e-wallet providers and is supporting European fintechs including Revolut’s expansion into the international fintech scene.

Joanne Dewar, CEO at Global Processing Services says:The epicentre of the fintech revolution is shifting east, and we’re proud to be supporting Visa in their mission to support and accelerate fintech growth across APAC. With our trusted and proven technology and existing track record, we are confident we can support the region’s flourishing fintech talent as the go-to provider for payments technology within APAC”.

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