SafeCharge and Ladbrokes have announced that Ladbrokes has successfully deployed SafeCharge’s suite of payment technologies.
The suite of payment technologies include:one-click deposits, payment optimization and PCI compliance solution thereby enhancing users’ online payment experience and user-data security.
James Bunn, Digital Finance Director, Ladbrokes said: “Our collaboration with SafeCharge helps us to improve our customers’ experience during the deposit journey with a significant relief to our regulation requirements cost and effort.”
David Avgi, CEO, SafeCharge said: “We are pleased to partner with Ladbrokes to provide them with our suite of payment technologies and PCI descoping solution. Being chosen by Ladbrokes is yet another achievement for SafeCharge and demonstrates their trust in our superior technology and services. SafeCharge is committed to continuously advancing its technologies to meet the highest industry standards across our growing client base.”
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