Voice Commerce, a financial services group, has signed a partnership agreement with Australian reseller, Majitek. The partnership will use Majitek’s distribution network to expand Voice Commerce’s global reach, particularly within the Asia-Pacific region.
The deal covers all three of the Voice Commerce Group’s key offerings – VoicePay, Voice Transact and Voice Commerce – allowing Majitek to deliver a range of payment services and identity and verification solutions to consumers and businesses. These will complement Majitek’s existing area of expertise in online service delivery and software-as-a-service (SaaS).
Nick Ogden, chief executive officer (CEO) of Voice Commerce Group, said: “Expanding our global reach is strategically important for the continued growth and success of Voice Commerce Group. By partnering with an established service provider solutions company such as Majitek, which has an excellent reputation and record in technology innovation, particularly within the Asia-Pacific region, we will be able to ensure that Voice Commerce has the global footprint that we require.”
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