Paytently, a cutting-edge payment orchestration platform, is set to transform the online gaming industry by making payments more intelligent, straightforward, and secure.
Newly launched, Paytently is poised to revolutionize the online gaming sector by offering an innovative payment orchestration platform that simplifies transactions while enhancing the customer experience. With its experienced team and advanced technology, Paytently is set to become a game-changer in the industry.
Created by seasoned professionals from Merill Lynch, Checkout.com, Trustly, and TrueLayer, Paytently allows gaming businesses to process transactions through a single API. The platform intelligently routes payments to acquiring banks or alternative payment methods, ensuring efficient transactions customized to the specific needs of the gaming sector.
The company was founded by industry veterans Samuel Barrett (CEO), Laurent Reysbosch (COO), Philip Smith (CTO), and Nick Tucker (CRO). With over 50 years of combined experience in building complex payment flows for leading merchants and issuers, the team is well-versed in the unique challenges and requirements of online gaming businesses.
Benefits of Paytently
Paytently harnesses artificial intelligence and machine learning to offer smarter transaction routing tailored to the gaming industry’s demands. The platform provides business protection through its risk management engine and ensures seamless internal payment connectivity, enhancing the overall gaming experience for players.
Samuel Barrett expressed his excitement for the launch of Paytently, noting that the team’s extensive experience and industry connections have allowed them to create a state-of-the-art platform that simplifies payments and improves customer experiences in the dynamic gaming sector.
Barrett guarantees top-quality service, transparent commercial relationships, and exceptional account management for all users. Paytently is committed to providing the gaming industry with a next-level payment solution.
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