ReceiptHero Joins Visa Fintech Partner Connect to Bring Digital Receipts to Visa’s Clients

ReceiptHero recently announced that it has joined the Visa Fintech Partner Connect—a program designed “to help Visa’s issuing clients quickly connect with a vetted and curated set of technology providers.”

Visa Fintech Partner Connect is “an initiative that provides financial institutions and merchants in Europe with access to the capabilities of carefully selected fintech partners, in addition to Visa’s own.”

Fintech Partner Connect will “help Visa’s clients meet their customers’ demand for new digital payment experiences by providing easier access to innovative fintech solutions.”

ReceiptHero is “a receipt platform that serves merchants and issuers with real-time digital receipts, providing a cost-effective, sustainable post purchase digital channel to communicate with customers.”

Having become level 1 PCI DSS certified, ReceiptHero is “one of the most technologically advanced receipt platform companies to offer card linked digital receipts utilizing transaction data via PSPs and card network partners.” Last year ReceiptHero announced “the partnership with Visa, related to an integration into Visa Offers Platform.”

Chris Moore, COO of ReceiptHero, said:

“The ability to strengthen our relationship with Visa and unlock new markets around Europe was an opportunity we could not miss. Partnerships is a core part of what we do, and Visa’s Fintech Partner Connect program allows us to reach more Visa clients and partners in achieving next-level platform growth.”

Federico Sanavio, Product & Fintech Partnerships Director at Visa, remarked:

“We’ve got so far into digital payments innovation and yet we are just beginning to see digital receipts become more widely available to cardholders. We picked ReceiptHero to be our partner for connecting merchants’ cash register and POS solutions with our clients’ digital channels – with the ultimate goal of accelerating adoption of digital receipts across Europe.”

The partnership has already started “to yield promising discussions and the expectation that new partnerships with issuers and merchants will start to form in the next few months.”

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