|[July 08, 2014]
i2c Opens New Office to Accelerate Growth of Prepaid and Mobile Financial Services in Asia Pacific
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. --(Business Wire)--
To address the growing market for prepaid products and mobile financial
services in the Asia Pacific region, i2c,
Inc., a provider of payment processing and emerging commerce
solutions, today announced the opening of its Singapore office. Located
at One Raffles Place, the office will house product, client services and
business development staff.
i2c's solutions are redefining what's possible in prepaid, debit, credit
and emerging commerce by offering a single global
processing platform with integrated mobile and loyalty capabilities.
Issuers looking to launch travel, virtual, mobile, corporate and
government prepaid products in the Asia Pacific region are working with
i2c to get to market quickly with dfferentiated programs. With programs
in market in Japan, China, the Philippines and Australia and new clients
coming on board across the region, Asia Pacific is a key growth area for
"With our client base in the Asia Pacific region growing amidst a
backdrop of rapidly expanding consumer demand for flexible prepaid and
mobile financial solutions, it makes sense for us to invest in the
region," says Scott
Salmon, general manager, International, at i2c. "With feet on the
ground in Singapore, we look forward to working closely with clients and
partners in the region to create solutions tailored to local market
The office also provides i2c with a physical presence from which it will
support its strategic
alliance with Visa in the region. The companies announced in
November 2013 a formal alliance to support prepaid market growth in a
number of global markets, including Asia Pacific, Central Europe, the
Middle East and Africa.
From its Silicon Valley headquarters, i2c provides the infrastructure
financial institutions, corporations, brands and governments around the
world need to launch and profitably manage payment and next-generation
commerce products. i2c's global, cloud-based platform supports virtually
any prepaid, debit or credit program in plastic, virtual or mobile form.
Clients on six continents use the i2c platform to build profitable,
differentiated payment products and services that meet unique customer
needs. For more information go to www.i2cinc.com.
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