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Monday, October 03, 2022

SEPA Cyber Technologies Joins Visa Ready for Fintech Enablement

SEPA Cyber Technologies, a global provider of turnkey fintech solutions, today announced that it joined the Visa Ready for Fintech Enablement program to provide both fintechs and traditional issuers full enablement stacks for digital issuance – speeding up their time to market and addressing the needs for digital-first strategies.

Through its work with Visa, SEPA Cyber-Technologies delivers comprehensive card payments security while bridging the gap between its customers and the market.

SEPA Cyber Technologies provides its clients with everything that’s needed for successful digitalization of financial and business processes as well as for the establishment of their own neobanks and challenger banks.

All of SEPA Cyber Technologies’ fintech software modules are white label and can be accessed through a single API connection. The ease of access allows SEPA Cyber Technologies customers to add and remove services with just one click.

The company also offers digital infrastructure, which allows their customers to avoid investments in hardware and concentrate on growing their business.

“We are extremely delighted by the fact that we are now certified as a Visa Ready partner. We believe that this partnership will be of mutual benefit as well as of benefit of all companies that want to be part of the fintech sector and the global process of digitalization.”
–  Marvin Blazhevski, CEO and Founder of SEPA Cyber Technologies

The Visa Ready Fintech Enablement Program provides partners like SEPA Cyber Technologies with access to Visa’s growing partner network through top-of-the-funnel awareness, go-to-market support to uncover new markets, and newly launched Visa products and solutions.

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