Dalenys, 1st french Fintech 2017 according to Frenchweb ranking

Cyril Blondel
Posted on 06 July 2017 by Cyril Blondel
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Dalenys is proud to be confirmed 1st French Fintech for the 2nd consecutive year by Frenchweb among “500 companies in French Tech”. The magazine, specialised in innovation in high-tech sector, has spotlighted the most dynamic companies of the digital ecosystem in 2017.

This 1st rank reaffirms Dalenys’ position as an innovator and major player in the European payment industry. Thanks to its focus on “Payment Marketing” data, Dalenys offers a complete expertise, from new client acquisition with Eperflex to improved conversion at payment stage with Be2bill, or clients tracking and retaining with Rentabiliweb Telecom.

With more than 15 years of experience, and 200 collaborators, Dalenys’ performance is supported by growing results: the group has reached 64.5M€ turnover in 2016, and exceeds its annual target with 2.6Bn€ run rate in January 2017. The payment business unit’s turnover (with Be2bill solution) is increasing 44%.

Beyond these results, our pioneering and visionary approach of payments is here acknowledged: make the payment a key element in sales kinematic. To this end, we capitalize on data to effectively tackle fraud, identify and retain customers through their omnichannel journeys provide them with the adapted payments methods… This is why more than 17% of top 100 French e-commerce trust us, as well as major European companies like Made.com, Burger King-Quick, Interflora, Allopneus…

2017 is equally dynamic. This year will see additional innovations:

Dalenys’ technical innovation is at the core of our expansion. We are developing an in-store payment solution across Europe, and building new strong value-added features based on data management. There is a particular focus in machine learning used for key matters like risk management and conversion”, says Thibaut Faurès Fustel de Coulanges, CEO of Dalenys.

At the end of June, this repeated performance has also decided Natixis to take majority control of Dalenys and redeem all the shares of Jean-Baptiste Descroix Vernier, its founder. This combination illustrates the strategic nature of payments in the digital transformation of Groupe BPCE and its approach to technology companies and entrepreneurs. Together, Natixis and Dalenys are in a position to help European online and in-store merchants on their cross border issues, marketplace projects and omnichannel sales management.

Therefore Dalenys is also logically in the Top 100 Frenchweb ranking of digital companies recruiting in 2017! Learn more and join our teams:

We thank our collaborators for their hard work, and our clients and partners for their renewed trust. We are very happy to address all these challenges by your side.

See the whole ranking.

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