i2c to Present Strategies for Postal Services to Diversify and Profit from the Digital Economy at POST-EXPO 2018


Payments and Financial Services Offerings Provide Postal Services New Ways to Serve the Consumer and Create New Channels for Revenue and Growth

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – October 3, 2018 – i2c, a leading global provider of payments processing technology and services, today announced that CEO and Founder Amir Wain will present at POST-EXPO 2018 in Hamburg, Germany on strategies for postal organizations to leverage modern digital payments technologies to expand revenue and growth. Wain will present “Going Beyond Parcel Delivery: Financial Services Opportunities for Postal Organizations” on Monday, 8 October at 14:15 CEST.
Offering digitally-engaged consumers a wide range of payments and financial products is an innovative step forward for postal companies looking to transform their value proposition and create new revenue streams,” said i2c founder and CEO Amir Wain. “Given the fact that every household is a postal services customer, postal organizations are in a unique position to provide new and expanded financial and payments services.”

Though mail volume is declining in today’s digital economy, more consumers worldwide are looking to postal operators for financial services, which now accounts for 26% of global postal industry revenue. Concurrently, the global payment cards market has experienced 7% growth in Europe and North America and 13% in other regions.
POST-EXPO is the leading global event for the world’s postal, parcel and express business.

i2c’s booth is located in Hall B2-140.
About i2c Inc.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, i2c is a leading provider of payments processing technology and services to financial institutions, recognizable brands, FinTechs, governments, and program managers around the world. i2c’s configurable cloud-based platform gives our customers the control to bring to market high-value payments and digital commerce solutions that deliver the differentiated customer experiences today’s cardholders expect. Companies can quickly and cost-effectively create, deploy, and manage profitable credit, debit, and prepaid solutions from a single global platform that provides unparalleled flexibility, agility, and reliability. i2c’s platform delivers next-generation payments solutions that meet the differentiated needs of customers and cardholders in 216 countries and territories. For more information, visit www.i2cinc.com.

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