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SEPA Cyber Technologies steps into the Turkish market

By Edil Corneille

February 18, 2021

  • Bulgaria
  • SEPA
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SEPA Cyber TechnologiesBulgarian FinTech company SEPA Cyber Technologies, which operates in more than 32 countries, stepped into the Turkish market. The Varna-based company, which provides information technology solutions to the retail sector and governments, especially the banking and financial sector, aims to accelerate local digitalization in Turkey with its new office opened in Istanbul.

SEPA Cyber Technologies CEO Marvin Blazhevski enthused, “We are happy to step into Turkey and explore all the business opportunities it offers. Istanbul, one of the fastest growing business centers, is a very important location for us to further accelerate local digitalization as SEPA Cyber. In addition, during this process, we met great people and had the opportunity to learn more about the culture and traditions of Turkey that fascinate us. We see Turkey as an innovative and fast-growing Sunday. Therefore, we look forward to presenting our software solutions to the Turkish market. We want to organize our opening ceremony, which we postponed due to the pandemic, as soon as we get a safe environment and celebrate our entry into the Turkish market by welcoming our team members.”

SEPA Cyber Technologies’ multi-service FinTech marketplace, MuSe, offers more than 600 third-party and internally developed services and modules. The portfolio includes integrable FinTech and RegTech solutions, such as card issuing, core acquiring processing, KYC on demand, KYB as well as tailor-made modules.

Marvin Blazhevski, who also shared details about the services they provide as SEPA Cyber said, “the financial technology revolution is spreading around the world, affecting many processes in the industry. Due to the pandemic, fintech’s reshaping of people’s economic and social lives is expected to have positive effects on financial processes and interactions. We also work to meet all the software needs at this point. We help future-minded companies from around the world increase their business potential by equipping them with scalable IT solutions and industry knowledge. We produce, customize projects that meet the needs of our business partners and accelerate automation by providing integrations after successfully completing the test stages. In this context, we offer modular solutions in many areas from basic banking systems to customer management, from the export of financial instruments to payment systems, identity management and security systems with our wide product portfolio.”

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