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Allpay taps Enfuce to modernize payment systems in the UK

By Gloria Methri

June 07, 2024

  • Allpay
  • Card Payment Solutions
  • cloud-based payment

allpay, Enfuce, Card Issuing, Payment Processing, Síminn Pay, FinTech, Commercial Cards, SustainabilityUK-based payments solutions provider allpay Limited has announced a new partnership with issuer processing expert Enfuce. This collaboration aims to integrate secure cloud-based card payment solutions into the heart of public sector services, including local UK councils, impacting communities across the UK.

A payment services provider within the public and social housing sector, allpay offers cost-effective payment solutions such as direct debit, internet, credit, debit, cash, and prepaid cards. By incorporating Enfuce’s cloud-based technology, allpay is transforming its prepaid solution to deliver more secure and reliable fund disbursement with uptimes for UK public services, thereby enhancing the overall experience for customers.

Through this partnership, allpay will gain access to Enfuce’s fraud and dispute management system, which includes continuous monitoring, portfolio analysis, thorough fraud reporting, and proficient second-line support.

Michelle Pacey, Managing Director of allpay, said, “Enfuce provides us with the perfect platform to enhance our disbursement solutions and a partnership that allows growth as we continue to build a reputation as a leader within the UK prepaid market. This collaboration is a significant step in our commitment to providing secure, efficient, and reliable disbursement services to the UK public sector, ultimately benefiting the communities we serve.”

Monika Liikamaa, Co-founder & Co-CEO of Enfuce, said, “Our unique partnership with allpay is set to drive real impact for communities up and down the country by delivering cutting-edge payment solutions to local authorities. With our state-of-the-art, fully compliant and modular tech stack, we can accelerate allpay’s mission of transforming payments in the public sector. Our comprehensive suite includes seamlessly integrated APIs, robust dispute and fraud management, and value-added services, ensuring a secure and sophisticated payment solution specifically designed for governmental services in the UK.”

Denise Johansson, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of Enfuce, added, “We are proud to partner with allpay, a leading player in the UK, to help them provide cost-effective, secure, and convenient payment solutions across local authorities in the country, making a positive contribution to the community. This strategic partnership proves the tangible impact of innovative fintech. It represents a significant milestone in Enfuce’s growth journey and serves as a foundation to drive our expansion across the UK, Europe, and beyond.”

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