Our series of profiles of leading games service and creative firms continues with InComm Europe.
Sector: Monetisation and Payment
Address: 1638 Parkway, Solent Business Park, Whiteley, Hampshire, PO15 7AH
Phone number: 01489 556700
Laura Willavoys, Emerging Technologies – email@example.com
Simon Osgood, Senior Director Global Development – firstname.lastname@example.org
Employees: 1,400+ globally
InComm is the leader in sales and marketing of prepaid products and innovator of transaction processing and prepaid payment solutions.
InComm’s Fastcard Technology has defined the evolution of the prepaid marketplace. With a dedication that partners have trusted for over 20 years, InComm provides a turnkey solution by leveraging retail expertise, patented technologies, and best practices in marketing with creative design, optimal placement, promotion and messaging at retail.
InComm dominates the games retail market and as a highlight of this successful program, it was the first to launch top tier gaming partners including Sony, Zynga, Disney, Moshi Monsters, Nexon and more.
Through strategic planning and partnerships, InComm has built a platform of expanded retail distribution, allowing partners access to the largest and most diverse network in the industry.
It doesn’t stop there either…
When it’s time to bring your unique prepaid product to market, InComm offers complete support including digital solutions that enable you to reach beyond brick-and-mortar locations into the online world.
Our award-winning and patented expertise in card production and packaging, design, merchandising, promotions, category management, customer care and technology innovation drives consumer sales.
InComm Europe is featured in Sourcebook, the essential guide to service firms and creative agencies in the games industry.
This year’s edition of Sourcebook, the essential guide to agencies and service companies working in games, technology and entertainment, is out now. A digital copy of the Sourcebook is available online at www.intentmedia.co.uk/sourcebook. Or you can view the book via the MCV iPad app, or read it online here.