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Visa taps Episode Six to offer payment solutions in APAC

Episode Six

John Mitchell, CEO of Episode Six

Visa has zeroed in on Hong Kong-based FinTech Episode Six as a partner for its Fintech Fast Track program to offer hosted financial and payments product solutions in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.

The announcement has come closely after Visa announced its collaboration with the technology provider to streamline the way FinTechs build, test and launch new products.

As part of the relationship, the FinTech firm has implemented Visa solutions including Visa Direct and Visa Token Service (VTS) into its platform thereby expanding access to Visa’s digital capabilities and its global payments network. Episode Six’s platform offers FinTechs and other companies, full control to customize and manage their financial and payment products.

“We’ve built a future-proofed solution that benefits those in the FinTech space and the broader financial services industry, but also any company that’s looking to participate in digital transformation,” John Mitchell, CEO of Episode Six commented.

The FinTech platform provides a set of more than 500 APIs to facilitate innovation and customization, enabling its clients to build consumer and business products to meet their customers’ evolving needs. Episode Six’s solution can handle different languages, currencies and country-specific regulatory requirements, as well as flexible cloud or on-premise hosting options.

Episode Six recently announced its expansion in Japan, Southeast Asia, and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), as well as the addition of three executive leadership team members in the regions. The company has also rolled out its latest product enhancement, IONIC Technology, which allows clients to bind their own code and behavior requirements into its existing system framework, according to a statement.

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