Textbook case of growth: Way2Pay to target Britain

The company has signed up a channel partner in Britain, which will market its software under the name Pay our School

9th April, 2017
Denise O’Grady, founder of Way2Pay

The British market will be a priority for Dublin company Way2Pay in the months ahead as its seeks to roll out its cashless payment technology to schools across the water. The company has signed up a channel partner in Britain, which will market its software under the name Pay our School.

“They are one of the largest service providers in the market there, with 18,000 schools in their portfolio. The aim is to gain...

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