In this edition of Around the Coin, we interview Luke Salinas, SVP Strategy for Adyen. Adyen is one of those companies, unless you’re working with them not very many people know about them. This Dutch based payment processor started more than a decade ago and has become huge! Processing for the likes of Netflix, Uber, and Spotify to name a few.
Adyen is the technology company reinventing payments for the global economy. Adyen is the only provider of a modern end-to-end platform connecting directly to Visa, MasterCard, and consumers’ globally preferred payment methods . Delivering frictionless payments across online, mobile, and in-store, Adyen is a critical piece of infrastructure for some of the largest industries and companies around the globe. With offices all around the world, Adyen serves more than 4,500 businesses, including seven of the ten largest U.S. internet companies. Adyen’s customers include Facebook, Etsy, Netflix, Spotify and L’Oreal, among other household names.
Founded in 2006 based on the vision of a single payments network designed specifically for the future of global commerce, Adyen has continuously shown unprecedented growth as a top payments solution. The company has been profitable since 2011, and processed $90 billion in transactions in 2016.
Luke Salinas is the Senior Vice President of Strategy, North America, at Adyen. Luke joined Adyen in 2013 from Uber, where he worked in its Payments and Fraud division. Prior, Luke has held several leadership positions at leading technology companies.
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