Dubln, 20th October 2015 – Silicon Republic, by Elaine Burke
Silicon Republic has launched the #FintechFocus and identified 20 companies you need to watch in this space.
From early-stage businesses with nascent ideas that scream potential, to high-potential start-ups in the process of scaling quickly, to international upstarts adding Irish offices to their growing networks, there’s no shortage of companies graspingIreland’s fintech opportunity with both hands.
Nuapay has been listed as a Fintech mover.
“By now, fast-growing Irish technology company Sentenial has graduated from start-up to a full-fledged SME. Having capitalised on the switch to the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), Sentenial has now spotted another opportunity and is launching into the payments market with Nuapay. This non-bank alternative for payment processing targets businesses that are either collecting direct debits for the first time or seeking a service to process payments at a better price.
The cloud-based Nuapay payment service efficiently manages direct debit and credit transfer payments with straightforward set-up and functionality meant to take away the delays and frustrations associated with banks. The newly launched service has already processed payments across 34 European countries.”
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