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Percent

Power purpose across the globe with Percent

Percent uses Paytron for the distribution of all charitable funds sent on behalf of companies like Google, Wilson Asset Management, and ING.

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Percent

Percent provides API (application programming interface) solutions for companies that make charitable payments part of their regular business.

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Their goal

Percent needed a payment system that could handle multiple incoming payments from various sources then route them out in batches to different recipients.

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Results

Percent now uses Paytron for the management of all charitable funds sent to – and distributed out from – its central entity, the Intelligent Foundation.

Meet Paul, an experienced investment banker on a mission

I got involved in the not-for-profit sector after 30 years as an investment banker. I became the local chairman of Percent, which provides API solutions for companies that want to do good works such as charitable donations in the course of their business activities.

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Our mission is to do good in every transaction

Percent provides API (application programming interface) solutions for companies that make charitable payments part of their regular business.

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