Globe-trotting Allied Wallet CEO Andy Khawaja took time out of his busy schedule to talk to PaymentEye at his London headquarters about his rapdily expanding global business. The Allied Wallet platform serves over 52 million ewallet users worldwide. With the ability to service a world of online stores, it’s clear why they have seen annual growth rates of 500-1000%.
In the final part of this interview, Andy discusses the success behind Allied Wallet’s continuing expansion in emerging markets such as China. He also offers an insight into Allied Wallet’s stringent security infrastructure paired with a user-friendly interface which is key to its offering. Looking ahead, biometrics is a field Khawaja’s company is investing in.
“We will make sure we are able to connect more consumers, merchant and countries together like never before. That’s what we’re looking to do in the next few years through constantly improving our servers and technology”.
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