UPC entered the Internet payments market in Bosnia and Herzegovina


UPC announced its entry into the Internet payments market in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Thus, the company continues to expand the geography of its presence in Europe. As part of its development strategy, UPC already provides its services in Ukraine and 16 other European countries.
Raiffeisen Bank Bosnia and Herzegovina became the acquiring bank and the first connected client was Djikic Web Studio.

UPC is one of the European leaders in online payments. For the Ukrainian UPC, this is far from the first experience in such large international projects as a processing center and payment service provider, and it is well known as a stable and reliable partner providing high-quality card payment processing services in the European market.

“For European companies, the issues of security, stability and reliability are decisive,” comments Anton Romanchuk, CEO UPC. “Today we are already cooperating with many of the largest European companies and are glad that another country has joined our system”.

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