Mobile-first payment provider Judopay has confirmed a new partnership with Evarvest which will see the duo work together to deliver a more efficient payment experience for its mobile app investors.
By signing the new agreement, Judopay will provide Evarvest with the tools to create an ‘intuitive’ checkout experience for its users. This will include the option to save cards for future use, as well as more options to fund their investment accounts such as debit cards, Google Pay and soon Apple Pay.
Based in Lithuania, Evarvest is a fintech start-up which offers investors access to the world’s stock exchanges. Upon its upcoming launch in 2020, the Evarvest stock trading app will provide its users with a number of international trade capabilities combined with banking level security and low commission rates.
Jeremy Nicholds, CEO at Judopay, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Evarvest. They share our passion for mobile by making it possible to invest in some of the world’s most recognisable brands. We will enhance the great work they’re already doing by offering their customers simply the best mobile payments experience.”
Judopay will further support Evarvest’s growth by ensuring a straightforward integration and dedicated support. This will enable Evarvest to concentrate on growing its user base and providing it with functionalities that can help secure a seamless trading experience.
This will include a ‘Spotify-style’ easy picking stock playlist, built-in news feed section, dedicated Educational Library and ‘Follow your friends’ feature, to name just a few.
Stephanie Brennan, CEO at Evarvest, added: “We are proud to be working with Judopay on making this section of the finance industry more inclusive. Due to a lack of financial education and literacy, combined with the complexity of current investment platforms, there are significant barriers to entry for a lot of young and beginner investors.
“By partnering with Judopay, we are now able to provide users with a simple way to fund their investment accounts via their preferred payments methods.”