As a leader in global payment solutions, Intercash can support your business in a number of locations throughout the world. Review some of the countries and regions listed below to learn how we deliver global-local solutions for our clients.
By developing strategic partnerships with local financial institutions and banks throughout the world, Intercash has become the premier provider for global-local payment solutions. We have the products and infrastructure required to support the payment needs of your company or financial institution on a global scale, while delivering a custom solution that works best for your business.
The MENA region consists of the Middle East and North Africa. The region continues to develop from a technological standpoint, and remains an important source of global economic stability.
Comprised of 44 independent nations, Europe is one of the more industrious regions in the world, with the e-commerce industry generating revenues of over 387 million dollars in 2020.
Asia-Pacific is now widely-considered to be the global leaders in economic growth and is currently in the midst of a 5G & IoT digital revolution throughout the region.
The LAC region is made up of all Latin America, as well as the Caribbean. As of 2020, there were nearly 454 million internet users in the region, up from just over 300 million in 2013.
As one of the most globalized economies in the world, the UK has a strong need for global payment solutions.
The manufacturing industry is also highly developed, ranking among the global leaders in the manufacture of various products including aircraft, automobiles, and software development.
Mexico’s economy is on the rise and Intercash can provide global payment solutions with a local issuer for the region.
The service sector accounts for almost 60% of GDP; tourism, telecommunications and finance are the main components of the service sector, although none of them account for more than 10 percent of the whole.
The economy is diversified, with its top contributors being financial services, manufacturing, and oil-refining, while the country’s largest companies are in the telecommunications, banking, transportation, and manufacturing sectors.