|Headquarters||Canberra, ACT, Australia
Auckland, New Zealand
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Mark Healy, COO|
eWAY, was founded in 1998 by Matt Bullock, and eway.com.au was launched in 2000. By 2004, eWAY was linked to all major Australian banks, and in 2009 the company expanded by a further 65%.In 2009 eWAY partnered with all the major New Zealand banks, expanding payment services in the region. This was followed in 2011, by eWAY's expansion into the United Kingdom and the establishment of regional branches in Edinburgh and Auckland. In 2014, eWAY expanded into Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia.
Along with its regional expansions, eWAY has partnered with major SaaS companies to provide integrated payment services. In 2013 eWAY partnered with Xero to produce the 'Pay Now' add-on for Xero online invoices. eWAY was awarded Xero Add-on Partner of the Year in 2013 for the 'Pay Now' add-on. eWAY has built the Xero PayThis feature. Similar ventures have followed with the eWAY's integration with NetSuite. eWAY expanded its partnership with Magento. eWAY has integrated with Shopify.
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In December 2013 eWAY partnered with the National Australia Bank to launch eWAY Merchant Services in Australia. In July 2015, eWAY expanded into physical payments with the launch of SmartPOS. The mobile card reader integrates with Xero, Salesforce, and Shopify, and is compatible with Tap and Go and EFTPOS payments. The SmartPOS device links to iOS, Android and Apple Watch apps. In September 2015, eWAY launched an app.  In October 2015, eWAY partnered with Kikka Capital, a Perth-based small business lender. In November 2015, eWAY became the first Australian payment gateway to offer a mobile integration with Apple Pay. In April 2016, eWay was purchased by Global Payments. Founder Matt Bullock quickly established Spinify.
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