Payvision Office in Hong Kong
Payvision, one of the top international payment solutions providers for the card-not-present marketplace, has announced that it has officially opened an office in Hong Kong to further its presence in the APAC Region.
Located at 77 Connaught Road in the Beautiful Group Tower Building in Central Hong Kong, this state-of-the-art facility will work in conjunction with Payvision’s Asian hub office in Singapore.
A specialised sales and support staff will provide a comprehensive suite of CNP transactional solutions to APAC countries in the north-Asia region such as Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan. For merchants in these areas, Payvision will offer its processing services and alternative payment solutions via its secure, PCI-compliant platform for all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB and CUP.
Payvision is also pleased to announce it has secured a dedicated BIN sponsorship with a leading Hong Kong financial institution, and is excited to expand its ability to provide multi-currency processing within the region as a result of this new relationship.
"We are very proud to expand our Asian presence and establish an office in Hong Kong," says Rudolf Booker, CEO of Payvision. "Recognised as one of the world’s financial focal points, Hong Kong is paramount to global presence and we are eager to offer our domestic acquiring services to merchants based in this region."
One of the key components of Payvision’s new office in Hong Kong is the fact that merchants in this special community will now be supported by relationships managers and customer support personnel within the same time zone, thus improving on Payvision’s already exceptional quality of customer care.
"Expanding into Hong Kong is another milestone of our Asian growth strategy which includes penetrating the world’s 2nd largest internet market, namely China," says Willy Kwa Kok Leng, vice president of sales, Asia. "We are excited that our Hong Kong office will serve as a stepping stone for our future expansion into mainland China."