PayCommerce, the leading enterprise cross-border payments network and banking consortium, today announced it has opened two new offices in November: one in Ontario and one in Dubai.
Max Narro, CEO, PayCommerce, said, “Global demand from banks, corporates and money service bureaus for secure, transparent, cost-effective, instant cross-border payment solutions is ever-increasing. PayCommerce’s proven, correspondent-banking consortium and network is continuing to expand to meet this need. Establishing an office in Dubai will enable us to grow our footprint in the Middle East and reach more members, while the expansion of our R&D capabilities in Toronto will ensure that we can continue to innovate and develop our next-generation solutions in cross-border payments technology.”
Roshan Mohan, Consul for Economic Affairs at the Ontario International Trade and Investment office in New York, adds, “I am excited to see that PayCommerce is setting up its operations in Ontario – the second-largest IT cluster in North America. Ontario has a growing cluster of digital banking, mobile payments, cybersecurity and trading analytics companies, especially along the Toronto-Waterloo FinTech corridor, and PayCommerce will be a very valuable addition to this industry cluster.”
Abdul Naushad, Founder and Executive Chairman, PayCommerce, said, “Thanks to the Consulate General of Canada and the Ontario International Trade & Investment Office in New York for their tremendous support throughout the process of setting up our first Canadian operations. It was very encouraging to see their level of engagement with our management and operations team.”
PayCommerce enterprise customers include seven of the top global banks, 11 of the top 50 U.S. banks, 14 Global Fortune 500® firms and eight U.S. Fortune 500® companies. Additionally, the PayCommerce platform has processed over US$400 billion, consisting of ~200 million transactions in the last 12 months.