MADRID, 15 Dic. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Dojo, owned by the British firm Paymentsense, plans to arrive in the rest of Europe, including Spain, as confirmed to Europa Press by sources from the company itself.
This week, Paymentsense established a branch in Spain of Paymentsense Ireland with headquarters at Paseo de la Castellana, 90. As general director it has hired Francisco Javier Jover Herreros, who had been vice president of UniversalPay (Evo Payments) for Spain and Portugal.
Previously, Jover held positions of responsibility in Spain at American Express, PayPal and Groupon. He has an executive master's degree in business administration (MBA) from IESE and a degree in Marketing from ESIC.
Asked by Europa Press about its plans for Spain with this movement, the firm explained that it recently obtained an electronic money license from the Central Bank of Ireland, thanks to which it plans to expand its operations.
"We can confirm that we are exploring plans for an expansion to more European countries and will provide more details on this in due course," said a spokesperson for Dojo and Paymentsense.
Dojo offers businesses their own payment terminals and even an application to make the iPhone a collection point. It also offers solutions for digital and remote payments, such as payment links