From our very first meeting with The Logic Group’s leadership team, the partnership felt right. The direction we wanted to take and our core values matched almost perfectly.
From a business point of view, the Logic Group brings a range of new capabilities that will make a big difference for Barclaycard’s customers, like the ability to process transactions from multiple points of sale – be that in store, online or mobile – on a single platform.
In return, Barclaycard gives the Logic Group access to a wider range of multinational companies and SMEs.
It’s a clear win-win for everyone – and especially for our customers.
The two companies are learning a lot about each other in a very short space of time, and the welcome I’ve had from the team has been phenomenal.
Before joining The Logic Group, I spent a number of years in Barclaycard’s Global Payment Acceptance business, where I was responsible for European Corporate Sales and Account Development. I worked from Northampton, where I live, and London.
Now I’ve partly relocated to Fleet in Hampshire, where The Logic Group has its head office, from Monday to Thursday. My work-life balance is really important, so I make sure I get home on a Thursday night in time to read a bedtime story to my children. And I make the most of my weekends.
It’s going to be a very exciting couple of years. Everyone’s eager to make full use of the capabilities, but we have to lay the right foundations first.