Ixaris, a global electronic payments company, has launched Opn Cardworks, a payment application which enables businesses to quickly set up a personalised prepaid card programme and embed it into their own online and mobile payment services.
Ixaris Opn Cardworks provides the necessary infrastructure and supporting services, including all the necessary banking partners, as well as a comprehensive risk and compliance platform to ensure that its customers meet obligations such as know your customer (KYC) checks.
Alex Mifsud, chief executive officer (CEO) of Ixaris, said: “As the growth of mobile apps and services continues, there is an increasing demand for integrated solutions that can improve the speed and efficiency of payments through these channels. Opn Cardworks will enable merchants of all sizes to further extend their payment applications through an extremely cost-effective prepaid card service.”
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