BR-DGE Announces Three-Year Partnership with Visa

Through the partnership, BR-DGE will gain access to open network provided by Visa, expanding the scope of its digital commerce products



Payment orchestration provider BR-DGE has struck a three-year partnership deal with Visa, to offer a wide range of innovative payment solutions to both merchants and consumers.

Through a single point of integration, BR-DGE offers access to over 100 payment providers and 200 alternative payment methods. Collaboration with Visa will help the fintech focus on digital commerce products, tapping into Visa’s global reach and scale, and secure technology.

With more digital payment solutions available than ever before, merchants are looking for new flexible ways to manage their money but still prefer control and security. Therefore, independent providers, such as payment orchestrators, give customers greater control over the speed of innovation, allowing them to adapt and evolve at the pace of customer demand.

BR-DGE provides a secure, PCI-compliant payment vault that enables merchants to capture, store and transact via centralised tokenisation. It also offers a comprehensive data reporting suite, enabling you to collate, analyse and proactively act on data and reports in real time.

Its proprietary payment orchestration platform helps merchants deliver a streamlined end-to-end payment experience to consumers.

“Collaboration with fintech companies plays a crucial role in driving innovations that meet consumer demand. We’re delighted to be partnering with BR-DGE to offer businesses and consumers more choice in how they pay and get paid. Our open network means Visa members, like BR-DGE, can take advantage of our cutting-edge technology and security, to deliver the innovative technologies of the future.”
Simon Gilson-Fox, Head of Product, UK & Ireland, Visa


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