Visa expands providers network to drive IoT acceleration

Friday 9 June 2017 | 06:34 CET | News
Visa entered into 13 new partners to participate in its token service provider (TSP) programme, as the payments industry shifts from plastic to digital and broader access to new standards, such as tokenisation, are needed. The newest Visa partners represent all major regions of the globe: FitPay, Infosys, Rambus as global partners, Mahindra Comviva, PayCraft in Asia Pacific/India, Digiseq, FOO, Pri-Num, Seglan in Central Europe, Middle East & Africa and HST, Prosa, VeriTran, YellowPepper in Latin America & the Caribbean.

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Companies: Visa
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