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Paynetics selects Thames Technology for card production in Europe

By Joy Dumasia

September 28, 2021

  • Card Payments
  • Card Services
  • Europe
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Paynetics UK has chosen Thames Technology as its preferred supplier for card procurement services across the UK and Europe. They can now provide bespoke end-to-end card services to their customers. This collaboration will allow Paynetics to offer advantages on value, quality, and speed for its customers in the FinTech, corporate, and public sector markets. 

Thames Technology has Visa, Mastercard, and UnionPay accreditation, making the company the perfect partner to deliver data security, high-quality manufacturing, and personalisation for Paynetics customers. 

With this partnership, Paynetics is furthering its commitment to ‘FinTech for good’. Consumers are increasingly becoming more environmentally conscious and expect their banks to behave ethically. They can continue to offer environmentally-friendly cards and packaging to customers by working with Thames Technology, minimising the carbon footprint.

Amanda Harrison, VP, Head of Business Development at Paynetics, said: “At Paynetics, we invest in innovation and strive for unmatched customer experiences. We enable household corporate brands, the public sector and FinTechs, every day, anytime across Europe. We form strategic partnerships with third parties that match our vision to keep payments simple, have a passion for pace of project delivery and are ultimately devoted to programme success. We see Thames Technology as an extension of Paynetics, and we trust that our customers’ projects are in secure hands when we collaborate on projects together.”

Angela Davies, Head of Financial and ID Sales at Thames Technology, said: “We’re delighted to be selected by Paynetics for card manufacture and personalisation services across Europe. Our joint focus on innovation, speed-to-market, premium customer experience and sustainability ensure the partnership is a tangible success, and we’re looking forward to working on the many new opportunities together.”

IBS Intelligence reported that Maslife, the payment and wellbeing platform that rewards people for keeping healthy, has collaborated with regulated e-money services provider Paynetics to power its new financial wellbeing app. The new Maslife platform enables users to make informed decisions about their lifestyle, wellbeing, and finances.

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