NetPay Group has announced that they have been shortlisted in the final three for the prestigious Merchant Payment EcoSystem (MPE) Data Information Award.
This award will go to a company who the judges feel have set-up or developed the best, most comprehensive or efficient information exchange systems with the issuing banks and cardholders.
NetPay’s ambition has been to change the way merchants are serviced by payment service providers, change their expectations, give them value over and above just the transaction itself, delivering a service that is distinguish by innovation and provides ‘more for their money’.
As a relatively new entrant into the card payments industry NetPay has quickly established itself within the market place as the leading card payments provider who gives merchants complete visibility and control through its innovative Revolution platform providing merchants with extensive analytical transaction reporting.
Carl Churchill, Managing Director of NetPay said “We are delighted to be shortlisted for the MPE Data Information Award. We pride ourselves in developing solutions and services that deliver real differentiation and uniqueness in the market place.”
Churchill continues “NetPay’s aim has always been to revolutionise the Card Payment industry. For too long the industry has focused on the benefits to the consumer and as such the needs of the merchant have often been over looked. The service we offer provides innovative functionality and visibility beyond simply offering the ability to process a card transaction.”
The MPE awards take place on Wednesday 19th February at the Intercontinental Hotel, Berlin
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