Visa Consulting and Analytics (VC&A), Visa Europe's advisory practice, has been awarded membership of the Management Consultancies Association (MCA), the representative body for management consultancy firms in the UK.
VC&A joins a prestigious roll call of 55 MCA members which includes Accenture, Deloitte, PWC, and KPMG.
Established in 2006, VC&A has rapidly established itself as a payments consulting business, helping clients across Europe to improve their commercial results by getting the most out of their cards and payment systems. With pan-European and global experience drawn from across the payment card industry, VC&A consultants deliver proven capability, strategic planning and hands-on implementation of innovative and value creating payment solutions.
Approval ratings for VC&A have consistently exceeded 85 percent and 100 percent of clients who have used VC&A said that they would work with the Visa Consulting and Analytics again
Peter Ayliffe, President of Visa Europe, said "We are proud that Visa Consulting and Analytics has fulfilled the MCA's stringent entry criteria in order to become a member. In less than five years, Visa Consulting and Analytics has established itself as a leading provider of consultancy services, helping our customers to get the most out of their payments businesses. VC&A is committed to helping their clients drive business growth by effectively transferring our knowledge so that they have a clear understanding of how to improve the performance of their business. Membership of the MCA is a clear recognition of the quality and value our customers place on our excellent service".
"We are delighted to welcome Visa Consulting and Analytics to membership of the MCA," said Alan Leaman, CEO of the MCA. "MCA members benefit from the badge of quality that membership and our rigorous Code of Practice provides enabling buyers of consultancy to purchase their services with confidence. We also look forward to working with Visa Consulting and Analytics in our role as the representative voice for the industry."