Disbursements

It’s down to the wire: an unrivaled and agile infrastructure that facilitates xBorder movement of money

Disbursements

It’s down to the wire: an unrivaled and agile infrastructure that facilitates xBorder movement of money

Redundancy & Robustness

SPS can help large and small companies, move money and facilitate disbursements in some of the world’s most difficult-to-service corridors.

In fact, we have deep expertise in the difficult-to-service countries. In some regions, we have unmatched capabilities – thanks to 20+ years working in partnership with banks & regulators. SPS specializes in Latin America, Asia, and Africa with preferential rates and fast service. We have multiple partners in each market, enabling us to provide ample redundancy & robustness, significantly reducing the risk of business disruption.

Illustrative example:
A large technology company receives multiple transactions in one account; SPS works with the company to ensure funds are then distributed correctly to designated countries anywhere that payout is required by the company. SPS distributes funds to multiple beneficiaries instantly in designated countries. Beneficiaries will receive an email, SMS, or mobile ‘push’ notification that funds are available in their account. If beneficiaries do not have a bank account, they can access their funds by check, in-person at multiple cash pick up points, via prepaid cards and/or at automatic teller machines (ATM).

Redundancy & Robustness

SPS can help large and small companies, move money and facilitate disbursements in some of the world’s most difficult-to-service corridors.

In fact, we have deep expertise in the difficult-to-service countries. In some regions, we have unmatched capabilities – thanks to 20+ years working in partnership with banks & regulators. SPS specializes in Latin America, Asia, and Africa with preferential rates and fast service. We have multiple partners in each market, enabling us to provide ample redundancy & robustness, significantly reducing the risk of business disruption.

Illustrative example:
A large technology company receives multiple transactions in one account; SPS works with the company to ensure funds are then distributed correctly to designated countries anywhere that payout is required by the company. SPS distributes funds to multiple beneficiaries instantly in designated countries. Beneficiaries will receive an email, SMS, or mobile ‘push’ notification that funds are available in their account. If beneficiaries do not have a bank account, they can access their funds by check, in-person at multiple cash pick up points, via prepaid cards and/or at automatic teller machines (ATM).