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Irish fintech Prommt eyes further US expansion after demand surge

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Founded in 2016, Dublin-based Prommt scored some high-profile clients last year, including a Premier League football club.

Irish payment request platform Prommt has begun the new year with a bang as it is set to grow its US customer base after significant increase in demand in its core European market.

After completing a Series A funding round at the end of last year, Prommt reports that it hit a key milestone of three million payment requests in Europe over the Christmas period.

Prommt pitches itself as a ‘pay-tech’ company that is on a mission to improve the way enterprises request, collect and report remote customer transactions. It gives companies the ability to send secure and branded payment requests to customers.

It counts among its clients several new high-profile customers, including a Premier League football club. Last year, Prommt launched an open banking feature called Pay by Bank via its partner Token – which it said was adopted by 20pc of customers within six months of launch.

“Prommt has seen some major achievements over…

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