An interview with ECOMMPAY - the payment provider who are staying ahead of the curve...

Rachel King from KAE
06 Sep 2018

KAE recently interviewed Paul Marcantonio, Head of UK and Western Europe at ECOMMPAY, a dynamic payment solution provider.

ECOMMPAY have established a reputation for delivering versatile, reliable services in the payments ecosystem, through prioritisation of user experience via streamlined, customised services and simple reporting systems.

The providers ability to stay ahead of the curve, above other PSPs is attributable to their success. Paul discusses the ways they optimise evolution, and their most recent findings and predictions which will influence their updates, allowing them to continue offering a seamless, value added service. Among these developments have been frictionless payments, machine learning and development of their fraud systems.

ECOMMPAY credit their wide spanning capabilities to their tailored solutions, taking into consideration that every business is unique and that international payments can differ massively from country to country. The interview shares the providers response to keeping ahead of trends and the challenges faced in an industry where stagnancy can be fatal.

The full interview can be read on KAE’s website -

For more information, please contact:
Rachel King

256-260 Waterloo Rd
SE1 8RF London

Category: Payments
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