How Non-Financial Companies Can Create Debit Cards Fast
August 26, 2020
Galileo Instant Managing Director Cole Wilkes recently joined Zack Miller on Tearsheet Podcast to share how Galileo’s latest payments solution turns what can be a multi-month process for creating debit cards into a couple of weeks.
“We saw a big opportunity for Instant to play a role in that space—you can now have a company, like Twitch, make a payment directly on to a Twitch card using Instant,” said Wilkes.
Inbound interest in Instant is high. As of mid-August, 900 businesses have signed up for Instant through the Instant Dashboard.
Click here to listen to the full discussion, including Instant use cases, the technical hurdles Galileo faced and the demand for embedded payments by non-financial companies.
Use our APIs and direct integrations to third parties to create debit programs you thought existed only in your imagination.
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