Allied Wallet has been commended by the British daily news provider, The Guardian, for their innovation and achievements in the digital payment industry.
The Guardian has been relaying the latest in news since 1821 and recently exceeded 11.8 million unique visitors in the United States alone, surpassing even BBC. Their most recent insert entitled, “Innovation in Payments” painted a picture of the online payment space and praised CEO Andy Khawaja and Allied Wallet on their advancements in both security and technology.
Andy Khawaja stated, “When I started Allied Wallet, I knew that the future of payments was in e-commerce and my vision was to protect these payments for merchants and consumers around the world.” Since 2002, this is what Allied Wallet has strived to accomplish. By offering a simpler means for merchants to sell their products online and a safer way for customers to send payments, Allied Wallet has created a new standard of security and interoperability.
With proprietary software for nearly every aspect of their internal operations, Allied Wallet has built their solution from the ground up in order to maintain their security and functionality standards. Allied Wallet services 164 currencies globally without conversion fees which attracts merchants from all over the world. Securing international e-retailers was a challenge that Allied Wallet met and conquered with an in-house software development staff.
With over 45 million eWallet users and a processing volume of over $2.5 billion (USD) annually, Allied Wallet is preparing to launch an all-encompassing mobile commerce and tokenization system that surpasses competitive solutions once again by upholding the same level of security and global functionality as the company has been built on. See Allied Wallet's article in The Guardian.