At the core of Penny Inc’s mission lies our commitment to simplicity and efficiency. We believe that high-quality payment services should not come with a steep learning curve or high price tag. Our application is designed to be user-friendly, allowing businesses to easily navigate payment solutions without the need for specialized training.
We're committed to a customer-centric approach. Understanding that every small to medium-sized business is unique, we aim to offer customizable solutions. We listen to our customers and continuously refine our offerings based on real-world feedback.
Our cloud-based application eliminates the financial burden usually associated with payment services. This makes it easier for startups to focus on what really matters: growing their business.
Security is non-negotiable. Leveraging Penny's expertise in card payments and financial security, we've implemented state-of-the-art measures to ensure the highest levels of data protection and transactional security.
We've fully committed to developing the quickest and most straightforward card issuing tools for developers, enabling them to generate virtual payment cards programmatically and oversee their transactions with ease.
Tony is a fourth-generation entrepreneur and has over 25 years of experience in the finance, software, and payments industries. He is passionate about building innovative products and solutions that make it easier and more efficient for people to pay and be paid. Prior to Penny, Tony founded EML Payments (ASX EML) in 2001, the first and largest prepaid payment processor in Australia.
Technical project manager and information security specialist with 20+ years of experience leading and managing complex IT projects across people, processes, and technologies, including PCI compliance. Expertise in project delivery, cloud infrastructure, information security domains, standards alignment, and regulatory compliance. Proven track record of success in delivering projects on time, within budget, and to the highest quality standards.