allpay Limited joins the MULTOS Consortium
27th September 2017• Tagged in Industry
allpay Limited is joining the MULTOS Consortium as a Partner Member.
The MULTOS Consortium, a group of international blue chip organisations responsible for the promotion and development of the MULTOS specifications, announced today that allpay Limited, the UK’s leading payments specialist has joined as a Partner Member.
As a member, allpay will participate in the MULTOS Business and Technical Advisory Groups to contribute towards innovation and advancement of MULTOS in the financial services industry and in return, benefit from the Consortium’s marketing, technical and networking resources. They will join a thirty strong membership organisation that includes companies spanning across the secure smart device industry.
Dan Gay, Head of Production at allpay said:
“We have always strived to deliver unsurpassed quality products and services to our clients through innovation and entrepreneurial spirit. As an approved issuer of both Visa and Mastercard products, allpay personalises cards in-house at its accredited bureau which produces circa 20 million secure debit, credit and prepaid cards per annum. allpay maintains the highest standards in quality and security, in which the MULTOS technology plays a key role. We welcome the support of the MULTOS Consortium as our business continues to grow and evolve for the future”.
Paul Wilson, Commercial Manager of the MULTOS Consortium said:
“We are very pleased to welcome allpay as a valued stakeholder in the global MULTOS Consortium. The company has been a trusted provider of MULTOS technology related payment products for some time now, and really are a valued contributor to the wider MULTOS ecosystem. The MULTOS clients allpay service are testimony to the high level of quality products and services provided by allpay, and demonstrate the commitment allpay has to leading in the payment industry. We look forward to working more closely with and supporting the continued business success of this payments specialist.”