ROIG Group Announces Expansion of Payments Practice
By Edlyn Cardoza
- BAAS providers
- credit unions
- Financial advisory services
ROIG Group, a specialist consultancy with a relentless focus on executable, client-centric results, is pleased to announce two new clients to its recently launched network. Payment practice.
The expansion of ROIG Group’s advisory offerings, led by industry experts Sheree Thornsberry and Shelly Schneekloth, comes at an exciting time for the FinTech and payments industries. According to Research and Markets, the global FinTech market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 20% per year over the next four years. The market value is expected to reach approximately $305 billion by 2025. With the growing growth of the industry, many businesses are looking to integrate payments or other financial services into their existing customer experiences or innovate their legacy payment processes . Kasasa and Seattle Bank are two clients that will benefit from ROIG Group’s financial advisory services.
ROIG Group’s unique results-oriented approach is designed with individual client needs in mind. He uses a 360-degree methodology to ensure companies don’t go from strategy to execution without a solid plan. Thornsberry and Schneekloth’s decades of combined payments experience, combined with ROIG’s transformation expertise, help customers solve their biggest business challenges. This includes strategy development, capacity building, product and solution delivery management, and culture and change management.
ROIG’s payments practice is well positioned to help banks, credit unions, lenders, FinTechs, BAAS providers and others realize their growth potential. And in an era dominated by integrated finance, non-financial businesses that want to make complex payment issues disappear can also benefit from the practice’s end-to-end system.
“Accelerating digitalization has given virtually any middle-market brand, merchant or financial institution the opportunity to add innovative payment and banking services to their existing customer experiences,” said Sheree Thornsberry, ROIG Co-Head of Payments Practice. “While everyone wants to seize the opportunity, companies that want to integrate payments into their business model often underestimate what it takes to succeed in the space.”
Shelly Schneekloth, Co-Head of Payments Practice added, “Payments is more than a product, it’s a line of business, and we help organizations identify and close the most glaring gaps in their approach to delivering return on investment to long term. We are excited to help our partners accelerate their decision-making, develop winning strategies, identify and exploit opportunities for innovation, and fuel transformation.
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