Archa, an Australia-based fintech, has explored the opportunity of providing a corporate card program for SMBs, and has partnered with i2c to power up the technology behind this product.
Cryptos are having a moment. Scan the headlines over the past few weeks and cryptos, well beyond the marquee bitcoin, are making inroads into mainstream consumer and business activities.
Purewrist, a provider of contactless transaction technology, announced Tuesday its Purewrist GO wearable bracelet will go live on card issuer and processor i2c Inc.’s platform.
Regulators the world over aren’t feeling the love for Big Tech these days. Reports are circulating that European Union regulators are hard at work crafting a “hit list” of roughly 20 companies — Big Tech marquee names among them — that will face tougher rules over market competition and other operational activities.
Leading provider of digital payment and banking technology, i2c, brings on Miguel Olvera. Former Citibanamex payment executive to spearhead growth in the key Americas market.
While other firms scaled back their workplace and hiring activities with the onset of the pandemic, i2c took a different path, forging ahead with building its team and growing its resources to help its affected clients.
By joining Visa’s Fast Track program as an enablement partner, i2c is now able to help fintechs accelerate time to market, leveraging Visa’s breadth of capabilities while providing superior flexibility, scalability and reliability afforded by its platform.
In an interview with Karen Webster, Jim McCarthy, president at i2c, said that a great digital shift will spur tie-ups of all sorts — from partnerships to outright buyouts — as incumbents seek to move quickly to modernize their tech stacks.
Mastercard Inc. announced Wednesday plans to expand its Digital First card program in North America by partnering with payment processors to provide guidelines for consumer experience with digital payment cards. Processors Mastercard is partnering with include i2c…
Reporting to company President Jim McCarthy, Vaux will be responsible for building strategic alliances with banks, FinTechs, merchants and payment service providers throughout Europe, and leading business development initiatives.
From plastic cards to virtual cards – Nikki Waters of i2c reveals the influencing factors of the new payment behaviour, and how can banks and fintechs leverage NextGen technologies to bring out new contactless solutions to the market