Hitachi Payment Services Introduces HPX Innovation Programme

Published 6 months ago
  Hitachi Payment Services

Hitachi Payment Services has initiated an innovation programme, HPX. This new venture underscores the company’s dedication to transforming the payments industry through long-term collaborations with fintech startups.

Collaborating with Fintech Startups

HPX aims to enhance payment experiences for businesses and consumers via innovative solutions, working closely with emerging players in the fintech and payments sectors. The programme is set to unite a broad spectrum of entrepreneurs focused on technology-led solutions to shape the future of payments.

Benefits for Participants

HPX offers numerous benefits for participants, such as access to capital, accelerated commercialisation of innovative payment solutions, vital access to key industry partnerships, and the unique opportunity to expand their influence beyond India.

Focusing on Key Segments

The focus of Hitachi Payment Services will be on key areas including core banking, BaaS, embedded finance, Web 3.0/ CBDC, issuance, payments compliance, and AI/GenAI.

CEO’s Statement

Anuj Khosla, Chief Executive Officer – Digital Business at Hitachi Payment Services, expressed the company’s eagerness to innovate, collaborate, and deliver superior payment experiences for merchants and customers through the launch of HPX. He emphasized the critical role of startups in delivering cutting-edge solutions to stakeholders and the intention to merge evolving technologies, new-age entrepreneurs, and visionaries to implement innovative ideas that drive meaningful change in the payments landscape.

Offering a Range of Payment Solutions

In addition to the HPX programme, Hitachi Payment Services provides a wide range of payment solutions, including ATM Services, Cash Recycling Machines, White Label ATMs, POS Solutions, Toll & Transit Solutions, and Payment Gateway Solutions. It also offers SoftPOS, POS Value Added Services, and a next-gen mobile-based merchant platform enabling end-to-end services.

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