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May 1, 2020

Paytech i2c ramps up hiring despite Covid-19 crisis

Payment technology provider i2c has confirmed accelerating hiring initiatives even amid the Covid-19 pandemic that has upended several businesses.

Several of the new hires are based at the company’s operations centre in Omaha, Nebraska.

The positions where the hires have been made cover customer service, engineering, product implementation, product support and IT operations.

The firm has filled more than 200 positions over the last three months.

It has another 100 open positions and anticipates further growth in its global headcount.

i2c founder and CEO Amir Wain said: “We play a vital role in helping our clients deliver critical financial services to consumers and I am proud of the hard work the i2c team has put in to ensure uninterrupted service.

“Most gratifying of all, at a time like this, is to be able to extend new employment opportunities as we continue to expand globally.”

Silicon Valley-based i2c’s proprietary building block technology enables clients to manage credit, debit, prepaid, and lending solutions.

The recent few months have been eventful for i2c.

In February this year, i2C collaborated with fintech SmartHealth PayCard to launch the first credit card dedicated solely to healthcare.

In the same month, i2c also joined forces with Sightline Payments to offer cashless programmes to entertainment operators.

In March, i2c partnered with Australia’s neo corporate card provider Archa to offer a corporate credit programme targeted at SMBs.

Recently, Airwallex selected i2c to support its Airwallex Borderless Card.

 

 

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