In a nutshell, Allied Wallet’s astounding Next Gen Payment Gateway allows for simpler integrations for merchants and payment processors. Following on from the firm’s recent 10th anniversary, Dr. Andy Khawaja reflects on the phenomenal impact his firm has had and where he sees it going in the future, such as plans to put it on the New York Stock Exchange by the second quarter of 2017.
The biggest problem today is that banks are not giving entrepreneurs the chance to invest in any businesses, but Allied Wallet invest in them and enable them to succeed. By doing this, Allied Wallet are creating more jobs and helping entrepreneurs fulfil their dreams. Dr. Andy Khawaja’s message is for entrepreneurs not to give up, but to have hope, even if they fail and encounter problems on the way.
How would you introduce your services to someone who has never heard of Allied Wallet before?
I would describe Allied Wallet in three steps. Firstly, we are a company who can accommodate B2B merchants in a single shopping cart used for transactions. Secondly, you can be in anywhere in the world and we can carry out your transaction in its local currency. Lastly, but certainly not least, we have a state-of-the-art gateway to handle any sort of transaction or payment method, and is also one of the safest tools for the prevention of fraud and ensuring the safety of our customers. As a result of the quality of the services we provide, we have expanded our company to having offices around the world, including London, California, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and India.