i2c Appoints New Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand to Serve Growing Demand for Innovative Card Processing Solutions

Payments Industry Veteran Dave Engel Joins i2c to Oversee Expansion in Region

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – February 6, 2018 – i2c, a global provider of smarter payments and integrated commerce solutions, today announced that it has appointed David Engel as country manager, Australia and New Zealand. In this role, Mr. Engel is responsible for building on i2c’s growth in the region, helping financial institutions, brands, and program managers leverage i2c’s Agile Processing platform to build new, innovative payments solutions.

“i2c’s success in Australia and New Zealand comes from working closely with our customers to deliver the sophisticated solutions consumers in Australia and New Zealand want. David’s broad regional industry expertise will accelerate the momentum we have in market,” said Peg Johnson, EVP of Global Client Success at i2c.

Mr. Engel’s career has focused on innovation in the payments industry. Prior to joining i2c, he ran and advised Australian startups with a focus on Open Banking, card product innovations, and value-add acquiring solutions. Previously, Engel spent six years at GE Capital, where he created and launched payments products with some of Australia’s best-known retailers, including Coles, Harvey Norman, and Myer.

“New Zealand and Australia have some of the highest adoption rates for card and electronic payment usage in the world, and the expectations of consumers are high,” commented Mr. Engel. “The flexibility and reliability of i2c’s platform can’t be matched, and I’m excited be part of the team that helps forward-thinking customers be more agile and bring payments innovation to this market.”

About i2c Inc.

From its Silicon Valley headquarters, i2c provides smarter payments and integrated commerce solutions that financial institutions, corporations, brands, and governments around the world rely on to deliver high impact, personalized experiences today’s consumers expect. i2c’s single, global cloud-based platform supports virtually any card payment program in plastic, virtual, or mobile form. Our customers use the i2c Agile Processing platform to deliver profitable credit, debit, and prepaid solutions that meet the highly-differentiated needs of cardholders in 216 countries and territories. For more information, visit www.i2cinc.com.

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