Vendors need to support your business model, sales channels, business requirements and provide an operational fit. PaymentGenes is experienced in selecting PSP partners, orchestration layers, issuing & acquiring solution providers and processors.
Select the best PSP or PSP orchestration layer with help of Glocalised Payments Expertise.
Make sure your issuing processing platform covers all modern needs, from virtual cards to instant funding.
Preventing complexity allowing you to compete and operate efficiently.
To reduce risks, most companies use RfI and RfP processes in order to find the best partners. However, it is an increasingly risky process, which is not ideally set-up, takes a lot of time, and the outcome is questionable.
We designed a Vendor Selection process that ensures you will find the vendor that is best fit for purpose, on time, and with a structured decision-making process. With this process we create a clear picture of your requirements, and which vendors will
prove to be the best partners.
We determine your business model, map sales channels & markets, discuss the main objectives and identify the requirements the vendors need to service, resulting in the minimal service levels vendors need to offer for the RfP.
This step saves valuable time for both you and your vendors resulting in higher response rates and more value out of the RfPs.
Our extensive database of RFP questions combined with a format that is easy to fill out, ensures quick and concise responses from all vendors, and the ability to accurately score these responses resulting in the best possible fit.
Human input is always a factor of RfP responses. We ensure accuracy of the provided input. After these clarifications the vendors present their business cases and pitch why they would be the best fit for the specific needs.
Being able to accurately score the responses of the RfPs is a critical step in finding the vendor best fit for purpose.
We devise a thorough scoring system that combines a strong qualitative and quantitative analysis to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of each vendors. The outcome of the scoring provides a clear overview of each vendor and a decisive advice which vendor(s) to partner with.
People do business with people. It sounds simple, but it’s often and easily forgotten in the business world. PaymentGenes does things differently. We help businesses achieve their growth goals by focusing on the organisational growth pillars: People, strategy, and execution.
By providing talent-acquisition & business consultancy in payments and FinTech we provide multi-layered organisational growth tools for companies looking to accelerate business results.
"You were there to help us lay the foundation and continued to contribute along the way with advice, reflection and introductions"
"An excellent job restructuring the team, embedding the vision and strategy in the day-to-day operations and re-building the relationships with the global teams. Jeroen is very strong in building and maintaining (international) relations and aligning teams to reach a common goal. He has a strong focus on vision and strategy and is able to translate this into day-to-day practice. It has been a pleasure to work with him"
"Thanks for your great contribution to making next gen PayTech happen within our company!"
"We were looking for a partner with specific knowledge in the Payment Services market, which PaymentGenes was able to provide. Our relationship was fostered by good communication from day one, where PaymentGenes really made the effort to translate our needs into suggesting the right candidates for an open position at hand"
"I have had the pleasure of being approached by PaymentGenes. The result is, that I am now in a new exciting job. The process was very professional with an extraordinary level of dialogue with the PaymentGenes consultants. The two contacts, I talked to had a strong understanding of the Payment Industry and we actually had several strategy discussions, which I thoroughly enjoyed."
The fintech space has expanded significantly in recent times. The emergence of agile new players has disrupted the status quo, providing customers with state-of-the-art services and giving long-established financial institutions plenty to think about. Globally, the fintech market is predicted to be worth approximately $324 billion by 2026, exhibiting a CAGR of 23.41%.
Although some aspects of how we move around the urban environment have changed in recent years, several familiar problems remain. Cities continue to be plagued by over-burdened infrastructure, worryingly high pollution levels, and - perhaps most annoying of all - traffic. The large-scale transition to MaaS is the solution, yet also one of the biggest multifaceted challenges to overcome - in which payments play a critical role.
If Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) solutions are to continue their upward trajectory, businesses must ensure that the payment process is as frictionless as possible. Fortunately, the mobile payments space has developed rapidly over the last few years. When PayPal revolutionized the payments space in the early 2000s, it had few competitors in the nascent digital market. Today, every bank has its own mobile app to facilitate payments and a host of fintech firms have been founded as payment processors or gateways to create a highly competitive ecosystem.