i2c uncovers migration tool for Wirecard customers

Fintechs are spotting a business opportunity in the demise of Wirecard and are seeking to encourage clients of the stricken German payments firm to move to their networks. i2c, the US-based digital payments company has announced a migration package to assist Wirecard customers.

i2c is prepared to help Wirecard clients secure new bank clients and customers and also to support smooth migration of card issuer programs with the help of rapid implementation with i2c platform, according to a press release.

“i2c is here to support a smooth transition of your programs and also work with you to transform your processing capabilities to the next level for years to come,” said Kevin Fox, EVP and Head of Sales for the Americas. “i2c’s technology and virtual infrastructure is unrivalled and is a consistent reason why buyers select us as their payment strategist and processing partner.”

According to the press release, the company has 1,300 global payments specialists and well-established ecosystems partnerships. The migration by the company can be executed in new or existing programs in weeks.

i2c client, Bento for Business in the press release said, “Migrating to i2c from another processor went flawlessly. There was no downtime and we actually increased active users on our platform as we reactivated dormant accounts in the process.”