Spire Payments Global Expansion Continues with New MEA Office
Spire Payments, one of the world’s leading FinTech solution providers announces the opening of a new MEA office in Jordan. Seen as one of Spire’s fastest growing regions the new offices are an ideal launchpad for further geographic expansion throughout the Middle East while facilitating deeper penetration into the African continent.
With its headquarters in Dubai, the Spire Payments’ modern MEA office provides best-in-class services spanning sales and marketing, technical support, and repair for Spire’s extensive range of payment solutions. These solutions encompass payment application suites, standalone and mobile POS terminals, PIN Pads, unattended solutions for ticketing and vending, networking, end-to-end encryption, mPOS, and most recently SmartPOS.
To augment these key activities the MEA centre will also house a fully accredited application development division and secure warehousing for all Spire Payments’ customers throughout the region. These capabilities ensure local solution requirements are understood, implemented and maintained throughout their entire life cycle. Spire Payments is the only POS solution provider to have invested in such local offices in the Middle East, and this has proven exceptionally fruitful in winning new business.
Sami Abugharbieh, Managing Director, Spire Payments MEA explains, ‘This significant investment in infrastructure and staffing further demonstrates Spire Payments’ commitment to the region and perfectly complements our ever-expanding centres of excellence across Europe and the Middle East. We have always prided ourselves on providing best-in-class service to all our customers and our new premises will ensure this can continue as our payment solution portfolio continues to expand.’
Tai- Kei Cheung, President Spire Payments adds: ‘The Middle East has always been an extremely successful region for our business and as a result Spire has numerous loyal customers. This continued loyalty has allowed us to heavily invest in the region which not only provides increased local capabilities but also an ideal launch pad for our aggressive geographical expansion plans specifically the African continent.’