AppTech Corp. (“AppTech”), a fintech company, announced today that the company engaged Innovations Realized LLC (“IR”) to oversee the market definition and delivery of several key fintech initiatives. In 2021, AppTech intends to launch its innovative and patented mobile text payment solution in addition to a suite of digital banking and payment acceptance products designed in the B2B and B2C payment and software space. IR’s Digital Transformation platform will help AppTech integrate, design, and execute the newly announced licensing partnership with NEC Payments B.S.C.(c).
The founder and CEO of IR, Ben Jenkins, will be leading this engagement with AppTech. Mr. Jenkins brings a unique blend of enterprise software development and fintech product lifestyle management experience. Together, these teams will be focused on driving market penetration, operational execution, and growth. The IR team, consisting of fintech and growth strategy executives, will guide AppTech through a transformation of their operations. This includes developing, mobilizing, and monetizing their technology platform with the goal of creating best in class customer experiences that drive increased profits over time.
“As we witness a rapid transformation within the fintech space, there is a tremendous ongoing opportunity to innovate and deliver across the ideal customer journey,” said Ben Jenkins. “With the evolution in customer needs and expectations, and advancements in digital payment, banking, and treasury technologies, AppTech has the capabilities across their IP and technology ecosystem to drive customer-focused change. We are extremely excited to partner with AppTech to deliver new, highly engaged experiences to serve their markets.”
Virgil Llapitan, AppTech President and COO, added “Innovations Realized is the ideal partner for AppTech as we attempt to position ourselves as innovators in the fintech industry. We believe we will achieve our lofty growth objectives by leveraging our existing IP and partnering ourselves with talented companies, such as IR.”