NetPay Merchant Services Ireland has announced their ambitious expansion plans their intention to recruit 20 further staff in 2016.
NetPay provides card payment services to over 1,000 businesses across the country and has experienced exponential growth over the last two years since the business was set up in March 2014.
Demand for card payment services in Ireland is growing. In fact, Ireland’s move from being a cheque and cash dependent economy to an electronic one has resulted in €1.8bn being added to the nation’s GDP in just the last four years.
NetPay are currently recruiting a team of Telemarketers as well as additional Sales Executives to provide support for businesses in all 26 counties and deal with the increased demand in payment services both face to face and online. The investment will also see a boost in the number of customer service and finance staff. As part of this expansion NetPay have also moved to a new home in Park West, to accommodate its growing team.
Eamon Rennie, Country Manager, NetPay Merchant Services Ireland says “NetPay is committed to helping Ireland increase the use of electronic payments. The growth in contactless and online payments over the past two years has been exceptional; eCommerce has grown by 17%, as Irish consumers spend €6.5bn online per year; this now accounts for 21% of spending on cards. We want to help every business get access to these payment services and, in turn, help them get access to more customers and improve their cash-flow.
“The card payment industry in Ireland has traditionally been dominated by High Street banks and larger independent payment service providers. NetPay is now offering merchants a competitive alternative, with reporting and transaction analytics that can enable them to improve on their consumer experience, get better insight in to their business performance as well as reducing their costs,” continues Rennie.
Latest posts by David Dungay (see all)
- Avaya considering $5 billion buy out - March 27, 2019
- Mitel Appoints Graham Bevington as EVP and Chief Sales Officer - April 10, 2015
- Exertis is the New Name for Micro-P - October 24, 2013