GTEBORG from Sweden, July 22, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Minna Technologies, the Swedish technology company with a mission to help retail banks deliver powerful digital experiences through subscription management, today announced that it has joined Visa Fintech Partner Connect – a program designed to help Visa issuing clients quickly connect to a set of controlled and organized technology providers.
The burden of supporting the subscription economy, from call centers to litigation, costs banks millions of dollars every year. Minna’s solution offers the potential to increase operational efficiency, reduce operating costs and reduce litigation.
Joakim Sjöblom, CEO and Co-Founder of Minna Technologies said: “With Visa’s partnership and support, especially as a key investor in our Series A and following in Series B, we look forward to bringing this solution to other markets, in particular United States and Australia, extending our reach beyond our existing European footprint. “
“In today’s climate, creating a competitive financial product requires more technology than ever before. Consumers want seamless interactions on mobile and the web, and they want access to a greater range of digital banking capabilities, ”said Terry angelos, senior vice president and global head of financial technology at Visa. “With Minna Technologies participating in the Fintech Partner Connect program, our customers will have access to a powerful set of tools to create new digital experiences. ”
Minna Technologies is a Swedish tech company founded in 2016, whose mission is to help retail banks deliver powerful digital experiences in subscription management. Partnership with leading banks through Europe and backed by some of the world’s largest financial companies, approximately 20 million people currently benefit from Minna’s subscription solutions. The Minna team is passionate about creating the next generation of financial products to improve people’s lives and improve operational efficiency within the minnatechnologies.com banking infrastructure.
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