Secure payment firm PCI Pal unveils global Partner Program

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Secure payments provider PCI Pal has announced the arrival of its new global Partner Program, designed to provide “unrivalled opportunities” for the firm’s channel partners.

Underpinning its strategic ‘partner first’ approach, the programme enables businesses to offer proven PCI compliance products and services to customers around the world, reinforced with robust sales and product training, marketing toolkits, as well as comprehensive technical support.

Partners will be fully supported in integrating its payment security services into their overall product and service propositions, PCI Pal said, enabling them to provide their customers with a best-in-breed solution for securely handling Cardholder Not Present payments in contact centre environments.

“Payment security, cybersecurity and PCI compliance remains high on boardroom agendas across the world,” said Darren Gill, chief revenue officer at PCI Pal.

“Organisations are focused on safeguarding customer data in order to avoid data breaches and any associated financial penalties or reputational damage that may follow. The market for PCI compliant solutions therefore continues to expand globally.”

Through the initiative, PCI Pal is offering partners three possible levels of membership - Referral Partner, Solution Provider Partner and Integrated Partner – to help deliver proven PCI compliance products across all regions, including North America, EMEA and ANZ.

Typically, the provider’s partners consist of carriers, VARS, payment providers, CCaaS and UCaaS vendors, as well as service providers that sell voice, wireless and customer engagement services.

“Through our program, partners will have access to a consistent model that allows them to grow with us,” Gill continued.

“We have formulated extensive sales and product training resources, alongside exceptional marketing and sales tools, and reliable technical support, which we will provide in collaboration with our partners to ensure mutual success for all involved.”

Daniel Todd

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