AsiaPay partners with Australia-based payments technology provider Fat Zebra

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Digital payments technology provider AsiaPay announces that it will be further expanding its payments platform in Australia and New Zealand through a new partnership with Fat Zebra. Fat Zebra is a global payments technology provider that focuses on building and scaling a payments network where its partners can thrive.

As part of the deal, technology vendor AsiaPay will use the processing infrastructure of Fat Zebra to access more Australia-based networks and domestic schemes to create secure, seamless payments infrastructure for its digital merchants across the region.

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Fat Zebra & AsiaPay Executives on the partnership

Founder and CEO of AsiaPay, Joseph Chan says the payments company is excited to partner with Fat Zebra and launch big into the ANZ region further. As a part of its global business expansion strategy, AsiaPay has identified the need to collaborate with local experts with in-market experience who can help accelerate their growth while giving the payments company full control and flexibility to create the digital payments value to merchants and a better payment experience to customers, says Mr Chan.


Pred Dragila, CEO of Fat Zebra says the company is focused on modernizing payments and giving its partners access to local markets via a single international platform. The goal of Fat Zebra is to eliminate any barriers to entry for their customers by providing them with speed to market, the control they need and the optionality they’re looking for, says Mr Dragila. AsiaPay is a trusted digital payments platform that covers the greater part of the Asian market and Fat Zebra is excited to help them grow their global footprint, adds Mr Dragila.

Fat Zebra – a payments technology provider

Fat Zebra is an Aussie payments technology provider currently processing more than 25,000 merchants across the globe. Built in a simple way for merchants to accept credit card payments, Fat Zebra maintains a strong focus on reliability, security and a great user experience. The payments technology provider is determined towards helping its customers accelerate their ambitions by removing their need to invest heavily in technology. Their flexible payments platform supports their customers as they aim to scale and go global through just one solution. 

AsiaPay is a premier digital payment solution as well as a payments technology vendor in Asia that was founded in 2000. They offer an accredited payment gateway solution vendor and payment processor for banks. It is also a certified international 3D Secure vendor for MasterCard, Visa, JCB, American Express, Union Pay and Discover Global Network. Their integrated payments technology covers services like digital wallets, credit and debit cards, net banking, bank account and other digital means. The payments vendor is headquartered in Hong Kong and offers its services and solutions through 15 offices across Asia.

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