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PPRO, the leading provider of digital payments infrastructure, has completed the rollout of its new, no-code service orchestration layer, uniting hundreds of payment, acquiring, and risk products from dozens of providers – all of which can be deployed and scaled through one connection.
PPRO’s orchestration layer enables customers to launch new products and tools faster, replace legacy platforms more easily, while eliminating burdensome RFP processes and single provider dependence. The milestone concludes PPRO’s technological integration of Alpha Fintech’s cloud-based platform, which it acquired earlier this year.
Accessible through the orchestration layer are two new product categories, acquiring platform as a service (APaaS) and risk management, as well as PPRO’s existing digital payment methods offering.
PPRO’s APaaS is a cloud-native stack that enables customers to launch best-in-class, end-to-end, acquiring services quickly and cost effectively. APaaS will appeal to payment service providers looking to break into acquiring, as well as existing acquirers that need to upgrade their legacy systems.
PPRO’s risk management gives customers access to a wide range of easy-to-deploy products and services, from fraud screening applications to chargeback management and prepayment exposure tools. As a result, customers can maximise their risk protection throughout the entire transaction lifecycle by continuously calibrating across a customizable suite of products.
“With our new service orchestration layer, PPRO has greatly expanded its value proposition to deliver everything customers need to optimise and scale their payment services,” said Simon Black, CEO of PPRO. “PPRO’s orchestration-powered digital payments infrastructure allows customers and partners to free up valuable time and resources, and offers them products from multiple third-party providers through one connection – from digital payment methods, acquiring and risk management services, to reconciliations, compliance, and more. Ultimately, what this means for our customers is they can laser focus on accelerating their core technology roadmaps and global expansion plans, while we take away a lot of the heavy lifting.”
PPRO will be attending Money20/20 USA from 23-26 October and participating in a couple of speaking opportunities. Jean Mies, General Manager, Americas, PPRO, will take to the stage to explain how merchants can navigate local payments in Latin America. “The importance of local cards and the rapidly-growing adoption of alternative payment methods in Latin America mean that international and US businesses looking to sell in the region must strategically adapt and tailor their payments and risk management strategies to the market. Money20/20 is the right time and place to take this conversation further,” said Jean Mies.
Alicia Rendon, Senior Business Development Manager, PPRO, is also speaking on a panel on bias in the workplace as part of the RiseUp program that the company is sponsoring. “We are excited to join fellow fintech innovators at Money20/20 USA,” said Alicia Rendon. “This event brings together the best and brightest in the industry. As a sponsor of the RiseUp program, we are committed to promoting gender equality in the workplace and providing women with the opportunity to excel in leadership roles.”
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