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ECommPay announces appointment of Paul Marcantonio as Head of UK and Western Europe

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January 31, 2017

London, UK: 31st January 2017 – Leading payments service provider, ECommPay, is proud to announce the appointment of e-payments industry insider, Paul Marcantonio, as Head of UK and Western Europe. The Payments industry insider will lead ECommPay’s presence at ICE Total Gaming.

The announcement demonstrates ECommPay’s commitment to growth across Western Europe and the UK, building upon existing relationships and forging new ones across multiple industry verticals.

Marcantonio is a key player in the e-payment and interactive entertainment industries, driving success for various well-known businesses within the diverse landscapes of digital payments and fintech.

ECommPay will be adding more experience to its already impressive team of payment industry experts, giving the business a strong competitive edge in the dynamic e-payments market. Paul will be leading the ECommPay team at the upcoming ICE Total Gaming expo in London from 7th to 9th February.

Arthur Gots, Head of Operations and Customer Service at ECommPay said: “ECommPay is already highly successful in the UK and we will be looking to Paul’s network and experience to continue our growth in Western Europe and beyond.

“There is no better place to launch our new team than at ICE Total Gaming. The global gaming industry is full of potential yet making the most of it can be a challenge. With players demanding multiple payment options and a bewildering array of regulations to navigate, getting the right payment partner in place is critical.

“This is the message that Paul will be taking to the delegates at ICE. Through our principle membership of both Visa and MasterCard and as an FCA regulated payments technology provider, ECommPay is the right choice for the gaming industry.”

Paul Marcantonio, Head of UK and Western Europe at ECommPay, said: “The success of ECommPay is down to putting the customer first. The ethos of the company is fundamentally about how our partners can benefit from working with us. From the initial payment requirements through to the end user/customer experience, we work to ensure that our customers’ requirements are always exceeded.

“I am looking forward to meeting with customers, prospective clients and gaming enthusiasts at ICE and would invite delegates to visit our stand to explore what we can offer.”

ECommPay will be located at Stand N7-415 at ICE Total Gaming from 7th to 9th February at the ExCel, London.
ENDS

About ECommPay
ECommPay is an innovative and fast-thinking payment processing company that provides state of the art secure electronic payments solutions for clients worldwide.

Media Contacts
Kimberley Waldron Michael Scanlan
E: Kimberley@SkyParlour.com E: Michael@SkyParlour.com
M: +44 7850 742157 M: +44 7958 698 698

http://ecommpay.com/

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