You need a system that allows the speedy opening of an unlimited number of corporate and/or personal platform payments accounts in one simple step, receiving bank transfers, and making bank payments, including SWIFT/SEPA, electronic payment systems, e-wallets, and payment cards within the same simple platform application.
Why platform payments?
The central idea behind the design of the system is based on a concept called ‘decentralization’. It is an innovative approach to management and resource allocation. Centralized systems mean that all the processes for managing your business are organized by just one person or entity. This can lead to slower, uncoordinated responses when problems arise. In contrast, decentralized systems empower employees and partners to make their own decisions in a fluid, real-time environment.
It solves a major pain point by facilitating payments to e-wallets and online payment systems. Imagine being able to fund your client’s Visa or PayPal account in mere seconds. That’s just one example of the revolutionary benefits that it brings to platform payment processing.
Anyone who wants to offer bank transfers, e-wallets, payment cards, or even wire payments needs a reliable platform. From small businesses to big corporations, any type of entity needs this one thing in order to succeed. This is the problem platform payments solve.
What are the options?
When looking for a new platform, there are many things to consider: fee structure, transaction times, exchange rates and how secure your funds are. You need to be sure that you will get high-quality service from their support team who are there 24/7 to answer any questions you may have.
How to get started?
Setting up an account takes only a few minutes. You’ll need to create your password, set up your security settings, and provide us with some contact information (email and phone number). Then they usually verify the account using a mobile number for two-factor authentication, which you should then save. Once that’s done, you can link your bank account or other payment sources to make sure the money is always there when you need it.