SAN DIEGO, Jan. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Payout, Inc. (OTC Pink:GOHE) today released the upcoming schedule of its logistics supply chain finance subsidiary, SecurCapital Corp participation in industry leading Fintech & Blockchain Conferences in China, United Kingdom and United States. SecurCapital is introducing a disruptive “one-click solution” offering Fintech services in the underserved trillion-dollar Supply Chain Finance marketplace. SecurCapital will be exhibiting their ‘SecurCloud Platform’ (SCP) business-to-business solutions for global logistics payments, FX, account receivable financing, and M&A with secure multi-factor authentication designed to mitigate risk and reduce costs.
“Launching our platform throughout the world in Shanghai, London, San Francisco & Boston demonstrates our capability to offer our customer solutions on a global scale” said Bill Rochfort, President & EVP Sales, SecurCapital. Rochfort referenced the upcoming schedule of events: ‘Global Fintech & Blockchain Conference’ April 12-13, Shanghai, China; ‘MIT Fintech’ March 10-11, Cambridge, MA.; ‘LendIt Fintech Conference’ April 9-11, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA and ‘London Fintech World Forum’ May 30-31, London, England as the initial Fintech Blockchain events introducing SecurCloud technology. All conferences are leading global Fintech and Blockchain events bringing together digital banking, blockchain, smart contracts applications, business lending, payments and insurance.
“The global launch of SecurCapital will demonstrate its web enabled supply chain finance solutions and its dynamic impact on the logistics industry,” said Global Payout CEO, James Hancock. “Traditional financial institutions are not positioned to serve global logistics payment requirements for secure access, integrated foreign exchange, international payments or access to adequate working capital”, Mr. Hancock remarked further.
The SecurCloud Platform (“SCP”), which the Company has developed through the technology available in its Consolidated Payment Gateway (“CPG”), is a fully configurable, “banking-in-a-box” cloud-based platform. The overall design is a “closed proprietary ecosystem” (e.g.., intranet) so that each client has maximum control and security over any internal employees, partners, vendors, and contractors for bilateral payments and improved security.
About Global Payout, Inc. (OTC Pink:GOHE)
Since the Company’s inception in 2009, Global Payout, Inc. has been a leading provider of comprehensive and customized prepaid payment solutions for domestic and international organizations distributing money worldwide. In 2014, Global introduced its first online payment platform called the Consolidated Payment Gateway (CPG), which allowed its enterprise clients to transfer money to international bank accounts, mobile accounts, and prepaid card accounts. The development of the CPG became the foundation for the introduction of its new, state of the art Fintech payment system in 2017, for both online and mobile applications to allow account holders to maximize an expanded suite of financial services and minimize operational costs. Global will continue to offer their FINTECH payment system to many vertical markets for support of foreign currency exchange and digital currency, including ongoing support of the banking industry and international governments.
About SecurCapital Corporation:
SecurCapital is a Fintech supply chain finance company offering premier payment and working capital solutions for the logistics industry. The SecurCloud Platform (“SCP’) provides an integrated system for global payments, foreign exchange, and accounts receivable financing services through a proprietary ecosystem controlled by the client. The dashboard user environment allows the client to optimize cash flow management through document delivery of invoices, proof of delivery, and payment transactions to global vendors.
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