We design, deliver and manage bespoke Mastercard® and VISA Prepaid and Debit Card Programmes to suit your business needs.
From travel money, finance, government benefits, general spend, corporate expenses and payroll to the replacement of gift vouchers, cheques and cash, our card.VISION technology is a convenient, cost-effective, secure and simple way to streamlines your customer service.
The market growth for prepaid cards is expansive and covers a diverse group of sectors. We have the specialist knowledge and expertise to deliver bespoke prepaid card programmes that unlock your business’s potential to give your customers a first-class experience.
Our best in class services and technology deliver prepaid card programmes that enhance your customer acquisition, activation, usage, retention, loyalty and brand awareness. Our team of experts will guide you through strategy, design and marketing and we take care of the programme management making the complexities of launching a prepaid proposition simple.
Our PCT card.VISION platform includes common prepaid use-cases such as Travel FX, including FairFX and more recently platinum Mastercard Prepaid travel cards and easyJet’s own VISA Prepaid travel card.
We provide solutions to smaller banks for their own debit card programmes, including Ghana Bank, a Ghanaian-owned international bank based in the City of London and EFG Bank, a multinational Swiss private banking group offering private banking and asset management services, headquartered in Zurich.
Deliver Prepaid Without The Complexity: Our full programme management takes care of your scheme’s pre-and post-launch services, allowing you to enjoy all the benefits of prepaid, without the hassle
"The time is right". Payment Cloud Technologies is set to drive financial inclusion after successful launch events in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
How the financial services industry has the power to effect positive change for an underserved and often-misunderstood demographic.
PCT is launching is Cape Town, South Africa ahead of further planned expansion into the continent to accelerate financial inclusion among the 330 million adults currently undeserved by formal financial services providers.