Along with Philippines-based UnionBank and the payments company i2c, Visa and Oxfam have launched the new prepaid card program in an effort to bypass safety concerns and logistical issues surrounding the transport and handling of money.
International non-profit Oxfam in the Philippines, global electronic payments leader Visa, the largest Visa debit card issuing universal bank in the Philippines, UnionBank, and global provider of integrated payments and commerce solutions i2c, together with other private organizations, teamed up for the Electronic Prepaid Solution (EPS) Project.
Oxfam, Visa, UnionBank, and i2c, a provider of integrated payments and commerce solutions, have teamed up in the Philippines to create the Electronic Prepaid Solution (EPS) project, a simple and efficient platform that addresses the challenges in humanitarian “cash transfer programmes.”
Oxfam has partnered with Visa Inc., UnionBank of the Philippines, i2C and other organizations for the Electronic Prepaid Solution Project – a humanitarian cash transfer program.
Oxfam has teamed up with Visa, Philippines-based UnionBank and payments firm i2c to channel funds to people in disaster-affected communities through prepaid cards.
Oxfam in the Philippines, Visa, UnionBank and i2c, together with other private organisations, have teamed up for the Electronic Prepaid Solution (EPS) Project, a simple and efficient platform that addresses the challenges in humanitarian ’cash transfer programmes.’
The Australian (and New Zealand) marketplace presents unique challenges for any payments technology company coming in from the outside. One of latest to make that move is i2c. PYMNTS spoke with that company’s newly hired Australia and New Zealand Exec Philip Julian, about its plan of action.
i2c, a global provider of next-generation integrated payments and commerce solutions, today announced it has opened an office in Sydney and hired seasoned industry veteran Philip Julian as head of sales, Australia and New Zealand.
From its headquarters in Silicon Valley, i2c Inc. sits in the center of a payments boom. Investment money is pouring into startups promising disruption, but i2c founder and CEO Amir Wain knows that payments is a long game.
As the global payments market continues to evolve and mature, we’ve reached a turning point. Consumers want more—much more—in terms of financial flexibility based on new feature and benefit expectations driven by mobile computing.