what we offer

About Us

Payments Consulting Network leverages our international team of experienced payments industry consultants to providing meaningful expert advice to our clients.

Established in Australia in 2013, our consulting network now extends to India, New Zealand, Singapore, UK, and USA.

We have been operating as virtual team with local presence since we started, and the team covers the full range of payments industry products and channels:

  • Each consultant is an experienced payments industry professional, typically with 15-40 years experience, with extensive skills, knowledge, functional expertise and a network of industry contacts.
  • Based on a client’s specific requirements, we assemble a specialist team to best meet the project objectives, provide meaningful advice and create value.

Our client base includes leading financial institutions, card schemes, retailers, payments processors, ATM deployers, payments technology providers, not-for-profits and international management consulting firms.

how we give

Giving Program

a consulting firm with a social conscience

Our vision is to create a consulting firm with a social conscience that invests in not-for-profit organisations that promote conditions of sustainable human development in which people can fulfil their needs and live in dignity.

PCN is the primary funding source for the Helping Hand giving fund held with the Australian Philanthropic Services Foundation. As part of our Giving Program, PCN has donated $141,000 to the Helping Hand giving fund (and its predecessor, the Better Future Foundation), and made a further $52,000 in charity donations directly.

All referral payments arising from PCN’s Pricing Comparison service are also paid directly as donations to The Funding Network Australia and The Life You Can Save by our referral partners, further supporting our Giving Program. PCN provides this service on a pro bono basis as a community service.

Areas of focus include: disadvantaged communities (overseas aid, microfinance and education sponsorships; Australian indigenous communities; asylum seekers and refugees; people with disabilities; the homeless; dealing with mental health issues); and children’s cancer research.