GFG Group and Attra ink new partnership
- 23 January, 2013 12:49
New Zealand-based electronic payment software and services provider, GFG Group has inked a partnership with Australian-based IT services provider, Attra.
The partnership sees GFG Group expand its solution implementation and support for both new and existing clients.
“Attra will provide complementary services to the GFG Group suite of payment solutions and products – particularly our Cadencie card payment solution, but also our Simfonie mobile payment solution, and payment and testing tools – FINsim, Gateway, PINselect and Secure Mailer,” GFG marketing and sales senior vice president, Wayne Robinson, said.
Attra has begun working onsite with GFG clients such as Members Equity Bank (ME Bank), which uses its Cadencie card management solution. Attra has provided an onsite user testing/acceptance resource, fully trained and certified by GFG.
Head of Attra’s Australian division, Rajat Agrawal, said the partnership was significant.
“The united go-to-market strategy will enable both partners to provide cards and payments solutions to many more customers,” Agrawal says.
The two companies are also working together to look at opportunities in emerging markets such as India, and plans to target Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa.
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