PPRO rolls out its orchestration layer launching 2 new products
By Gloria Methri
PPRO Payments has rolled out its new no-code service orchestration layer enabling it to launch two new products: Acquiring platform as a service (APaaS) and risk management products.
The new orchestration layer will combine hundreds of PPRO payment, acquiring, and risk products from its providers into one unit, which can be deployed through one connection.
It will enable customers to launch new products more easily while eliminating the burdens RFP processes and single providers depend on.
“With our new service orchestration layer, PPRO has greatly expanded its value proposition to deliver everything customers need to optimise and scale their payment services,” said Simon Black, CEO of PPRO.
“PPRO’s orchestration-powered digital payments infrastructure allows customers and partners to free up valuable time and resources, and offers them products from multiple third-party providers through one connection – from digital payment methods, acquiring and risk management services, to reconciliations, compliance, and more.”
APaaS and risk management products
The cloud-native APaaS product offers PPRO customers the ability to launch acquiring services quickly and cost-effectively. This would serve payment providers as a gateway into the acquiring sector and those who need to upgrade their legacy systems.
Furthermore, PPRO’s risk management product gives customers access to a wide range of products and services such as fraud screening applications, chargeback management, prepayment exposure tools, and more. As a result, customers can maximise their risk protection.
Black added, “what this means for our customers is they can laser focus on accelerating their core technology roadmaps and global expansion plans, while we take away a lot of the heavy lifting.”
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