Data Republic website

Ginger shifts into fully cloud-based platform

In a recent press release, Ginger, formerly Ginger Payments, has announced its successful transition to a fully cloud-based Platform as a Service (PaaS) provider.

The company also announced a few changes made. Initially, ”payments” is dropped from the brand name as Ginger focuses fully on the cloud-based platform, not only PSP anymore. Secondly, a new Manager Partner, Tom van Wees, is introduced to the team of Ginger. He notes, “After knowing Ginger for quite some time, I’m excited to join the team and help lead it forward as a cloud-based API payments platform. Ginger’s modular approach and advanced API set us apart from the pack – whether you need to future-proof legacy systems, increase efficiency, or shorten your time to market. With this approach, we look to build new markets in 2019 both inside and outside of The Netherlands.”

Roderick de Koning, CEO of Ginger, comments: “This shift in focus works to ensure a unique platform, future-proof security, and scalable architecture that Ginger’s clients want and need. We are eager to tackle the future, all the while building upon our previous experiences in payments.” 

The press release also reveals the plans for continued growth outside of the Netherlands. It is also among Ginger’s objectives to maintain internal growth with new partners, staff, and project throughout 2019, to become a one-stop-shop payments platform, and  to publicize more use cases from the satisfied clients and partners.

Ginger is an Amsterdam-based tech company developing the future of payments. Ginger’s unique Payments Platform is a one-stop payment software ecosystem that enables large corporations, banks, fintechs and other financial institutions to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and shorten time-to-market. The company enables endless possibilities with a modular infrastructure and an API that unlocks the continuous integration of new products, services, and functionalities. Their PaaS software is trusted by leading companies, such as ING Bank, Kabbage, Airmiles, Mastercard, and Payconiq.

Share this Article
Related Insights
Amsterdam Fintech Week
Amsterdam FinTech Week is back on 9-16 September, fully in-person and online. Be a sponsor, co-organizer, or just participate at the summit or one of the countless side events.
AMLD5 Guide
A source for consulting PSD2 legislation coupled with commentary, tips & tricks, applicability, in collaboration with our member law firms.

How likely are you to recommend Holland FinTech?