Payments Consulting Network (PCN) – which runs Merchant Pricing Hub –
has been selected as one of Westpac’s 2018 Businesses of Tomorrow.
Two hundred Australian businesses were recognised as part of the program for their vision and drive to help shape the nation’s economic future.
PCN is a specialist consultancy that offers in-depth strategy, market research, technical and benchmarking expertise across all payments products, channels and platforms.
Mangala Martinus, Founder and Managing Director of PCN, was pleased to be listed alongside an impressive list of Australian companies.
“PCN is extremely proud to be included as one of Westpac’s 2018 winners. We are looking forward to working with other Australian business leaders who share the same drive for thinking differently."
“PCN was founded five years ago to support organisations across the payments sector – financial institutions, card schemes, merchants, processors, service providers, associations and fintechs. This acknowledgement is something we are grateful to receive. We believe it recognises our collaborative efforts to develop innovative industry solutions such as our Australian ATM Round Table, Merchant Pricing Hub and payments industry training courses,” concluded Martinus.
David Lindberg, Chief Executive, Westpac Business Bank and 2018 program judge, said this year’s applicants demonstrated the scale of movement of the Australian economy into a digital world.
“This year’s businesses reflect the drive that’s disrupting and shaping the industries they operate in,” said Lindberg.
For the full list of this year’s 200 Businesses of Tomorrow please visit businessesoftomorrow.com.au and to read the full Westpac press release click here.
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