Global Processing Services (GPS) has today announced that it has partnered with London-based fintech, sync., to power the payments processing function of sync.’s debit cards.
sync.’s goal is to make the process of managing money easy for consumers. By harnessing the power of Open Banking and strategic partners such as GPS, sync. will help consolidate users’ financial lives by enabling the management of various financial products – from current and savings accounts, to credit cards and mortgages – in one place, simplifying financial management for the consumer like never before.
GPS will work with sync. as its payments processor by providing connectivity to the payments ecosystem, including the Scheme and the card bureau, and allowing users to spend money at home and abroad. GPS is the trusted and proven go-to payments processing partner, renowned for being the engine that powers the European challenger bank sector. The partnership will allow sync. to successfully launch and scale in the UK and Europe.
Joanne Dewar, CEO of GPS, said: “GPS is excited to support the launch of sync. in the UK. As The PayTech PioneerTM, GPS prides itself in working with innovative UK brands such as sync. to continue to push the world of financial services into the future. sync. offers a unique app that harnesses the true benefits of Open Banking, and we strongly believe that it will lead the new wave of challengers seeking to disrupt the status quo.”
Commenting on the partnership, Ricky Lee, founder and CEO of sync. who was responsible for architecting and designing apps for leading banks and a FinTech ‘unicorn’, said: “At sync., we believe everyone should have quick, easy and universal access to cost-effective financial services.”
“We chose to partner with GPS due to their expertise in an ever-evolving industry and, most importantly, its shared willingness to drive innovation in the financial sector. Working with GPS will ensure we are pushing the boundaries and allowing all UK and European residents to experience a new way to manage their finances,” he concluded.