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  • Mobi724 (MOS) has entered into an agreement to provide its services to Ingenico’s Payments Platform as a Service
  • Ingenico has designed and developed a Payment Platform as a Service (PPaaS) solution to leverage the payments ecosystem
  • Marcel Vienneau, CEO of Mobi724 sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the news
  • PPaaS provides a series of services centered on payments, commerce and device management
  • Integrating with Ingenico’s PPaaS will allow Mobi724 to provide services on a global scale
  • Mobi724 Global Solutions is a fintech company that enables banks and merchants to offer their customers real-time payment card-linked incentives
  • Mobi724 Global Solutions Inc. (MOS) opened trading at C$0.035 per share

Mobi724 (MOS) has entered into an agreement to provide its services to Ingenico’s Payments Platform as a Service (PPaaS).

Ingenico is a brand of Worldline, the European leader in the payments and transactional services industry.

Marcel Vienneau, CEO of Mobi724 sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the news.

“Integrating with Ingenico’s PPaaS allows us to provide our services on a global scale while also validating the impact and effectiveness of our AI-powered payment card-linked solutions.”

“Through this collaboration, we join several other leading global players who are working with Ingenico to execute a shared vision of payment solutions that create truly enhanced transactions. This, combined with our recently announced programs in Latin America, further secures our position as an innovative payment solutions provider,” he added.

Ingenico has developed a Payment Platform as a Service (PPaaS) solution to leverage the payments ecosystem. 

PPaaS will enable Mobi724 to deploy and service its customers’ payment acceptance needs through a cloud- and API-based set of services.

Mobi724 Global Solutions is a fintech company that enables banks and merchants to offer their customers real-time payment card-linked incentives, in a white-label format.

Mobi724 Global Solutions Inc. (MOS) opened trading at C$0.035 per share.

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