Taking the Pain Out of Payments with Ed Kelley of Transcard

Let’s face it – the world of payments can sometimes be painful. Whether you’re a merchant, a consumer, or a payments professional, there are various “pain points” in how everything in the industry fits together. Fortunately, there are great businesses and individuals working tirelessly to innovate and smooth these pain points.

Scott is joined by Ed Kelley, VP of Business Development at Transcard, who shares his perspective on the world of payments, the challenges organizations and individuals face when trying to get paid quickly and efficiently, and so much more. Listen in to learn how to take the pain out of payments!

Payments Industry Insights In This Episode:

  • What the most significant “pain points” in payments are these days.
  • How Transcard and other businesses and individuals in payments are working to drive the world of payments and fintech forward.
  • How payments are so crucial for the continually growing “gig economy”.
  • What Ed Kelley sees happening with the future of Transcard, payments, and fintech in general.
  • With a whole bunch more!

Featured on the Show:

Payments Industry Spotlight: Transcard

TransCard believes payments should be personalized for recipients and stress-free for businesses. Everyone receiving payments should have the power to decide how they accept their funds and every company should work with a platform that’s up to date with the latest regulations and compliance requirements.

Every financial institution, business, and gig economy leader should have the products and platforms to make payments easy for their vendors, customers, and employees.

TransCard revolves on these tenets, embracing emerging technology and re-defining payment solutions for the entire industry. Their SaaS funds disbursement and management platform is the only platform to focus on consumer choice, empowering payees to choose how they receive funds. The platform is examined by the FFIEC and is fully compliant with escheatment and PCI regulations, relieving compliance pressure from payers.