Stack today announced its selection of i2c, a global provider of smarter payments and integrated commerce solutions, as its official payments processor to enable secure payments through the STACK app and the Stack Prepaid Mastercard card.
i2c’s advanced Agile Processing payments platform will enable STACK to build and rapidly scale personalized payments functionality to its members. STACK is a mobile app for fee-free money management, accompanied by a STACK Prepaid Mastercard. Member benefits such as real-time rewards, financial iQ, and curated offers provide a lifestyle-focused approach to financial services.
Leveraging i2c’s payments processing platform, STACK gives members the convenience and security to make purchases anywhere Mastercard is accepted, including in-store and online, and will ensure transactions adhere to fraud rules and spending limits.
“STACK is designed to provide smarter solutions to the way we interact with our money,” said Miro Pavletic, CEO of STACK. “Our selection of i2c as our payment processor is aligned with our mission to work with partners that provide innovative and efficient solutions so we can deliver a seamless and secure member experience from start to finish.”
“Helping our clients create and scale innovative and highly-differentiated payments solutions to their customers worldwide is our core competency,” said Amir Wain, i2c’s founder and CEO. “STACK is pushing the boundaries of financial innovation, and we look forward to helping them give their members a smarter way to spend, save, and share money, straight from their smartphones.”
Accessing i2c’s Agile Processing platform via API (application programming interface) integration allows STACK to quickly scale and expand product functionality and roll out feature-rich, secure payments solutions that attract members through superior user experiences and innovative capabilities. STACK will also use i2c’s integrated voice response system (IVR) to provide convenient and intuitive self-serve customer service options.
STACK is currently in private beta, scheduled to launch publicly early this year.