Asiapay Payment Technology Corp., a leading electronic payment service, solution and technology house in Asia, provides a comprehensive suite of latest secure, scalable, function-rich real-time payment processing capabilities of credit card and debit cards whether online, wireless, call center or retail for banks, corporates, SMEs, and charity organizations.
12 March 2018
Mr. Joseph Chan is invited to be the guest of the radio program of RTHK.
22 February 2018
AsiaPay receives Singapore Business Award (Best Payment Technology Provider 2018 - Asia) in Singapore.
14 February 2018
The CEO of AsiaPay, Mr. Joseph Chan is recognised as one of the "50 Most Influential Payment Professionals" by World Payments Congress in india.
12 February 2018
AsiaPay is honored to be included in FT1000: High-Growth Companies in Asia-Pacific.
5 February 2018
The CEO of AsiaPay, Mr Joseph Chan is invited to speak at Singapore's GovTech 2018 Innovation Speakers Series.
29 January 2018
AsiaPay has been awarded "Charity Practice of the Year" at the 7th China Charity Festival in Beijing, China.
15 December 2017
AsiaPay won the Bronze Award in the Finance Solution Provider Category at the Internet Finance Award 2017.
2 December 2017
AsiaPay joined the Startup Festival 2017 in Seoul, South Korea.
30 November - 1 December 2017
AsiaPay attended Inside Fintech Conference & Expo in Seoul, South Korea.
28-30 November 2017
AsiaPay attended the 2nd Modern Retail Expo 2017 in Jakarta, Indonesia.
15 November 2017
AsiaPay received the recognition of Inspirational Company at the BIZZ Awards 2017 by WORLDCOB in Dubai.
Asiapay Payment Technology Corp. provides a various payment acceptance embed eCommerce, Charity and Soho with core credit and other payment method.
With our comprehensive ranges of cost-effective payment processing and security solutions for banks and merchants. We offer our paygate, MPI and other wireless or mobile payment processing.
Solution and Network Consultancy /Payment Security and Compliance Consultancy / Content and Application Service