Digital payment and banking technology provider i2c has partnered North International Bank (NIBank) to launch a Mastercard Black Card in Latin America.
Implementation demonstrates speed-to-market and the enablement of bespoke digital mobile financial solutions
Financial services provider Grupo Popular has selected banking and payments technology provider i2c to launch a neobank subsidiary.
Merchants in the United States that use Square’s point-of-sale technology and also accept American Express will be getting a credit card from Square in coming months that will run on AmEx’s network.
New report by leading global advisory firm names i2c as category leader in its evaluation of the credit card issuer processors
Collaboration between global payments technology provider and Middle East retail pioneer brings award-winning payment product and rewards to shoppers
Mastercard today announced an expansion of its Engage partner network to include its open banking services, offering customers easy access to several technology partners that can quickly build and deploy open banking solutions for payments and lending decisioning at scale.
i2c is among the first technology partners of Finicity, a Mastercard Company to help businesses and fintechs quickly deploy open banking solutions.
i2c Inc., a leading provider of digital payment and banking technology, today announced its partnership with Colorado-based financial technology company Marygold & Co., to power the platform’s Tap to Pay Debit Mastercard and new customer-centric savings program.
Mastercard Incorporated recently partnered with two companies, namely One Global and i2c, to boost its presence in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, per reports. While the former is a global digital lifestyle services provider, the latter is a payment technology builder in this integrated wallet project.
The popularity of ride-sharing and food delivery apps has led fintechs in the space to offer their own credit and debit cards backed by Visa and Mastercard. And in April, American Express, which has had some trouble breaking into the fintech space, announced its new partnership with digital card platform i2c.
American Express Company AXP recently unveiled a global, multi-product deal with the renowned digital payment and banking technology provider, i2c, to extend an innovative platform, backed by American Express’ global payments network and i2c, to fintechs.
New Amex/i2c fintech platform offers financial innovators a simple, seamless, and secure connection to the American Express network. Cards issued on the American Express network have access to Amex protections and benefits including Amex Offers, the Resy Dining program, and exclusive access to pre-sale tickets.
PingPong will expand its existing commercial credit offering to new regions, specifically Hong Kong SAR and Europe, by leveraging i2c’s SaaS platform.
Visa’s global network will be available to fintechs in the region. i2c recently announced a collaboration with fintech startup KARTY.