ClairMail, a mobile banking and payment solutions company, together with ebpSource, experts in e-billing, e-invoicing and payments, have entered into a distribution partnership. Under the terms of the agreement, ebpSource will be the master international distributor of the ClairMail mobile banking and payment platform.
ebpSource is positioned to strengthen ClairMail’s reach in the international marketplace. ebpSource’s integration experience, track record of successful deployments and close strategic relationship with its clients is a perfect complement to ClairMail’s best-of-breed mobile banking solution. This partnership will provide ClairMail with further extensive reach in the emerging international mobile banking market and grant access to an already well-established list of Tier 1 clients.
“Exploitation of the mobile payments channel is a strategic imperative for ebpSource clients and we believe this collaboration with ClairMail will add a significant complementary solution to our existing e-billing and e-invoicing customers,” said Steve Wright, commercial and marketing director at ebpSource.
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