Paysafe partners with Bitrise for faster wallet payments and other innovations

Karthik Subramanian

Paysafe, one of the largest payment platforms globally and especially in the iGaming sector, has announced a partnership with the mobile DevOps company Bitrise which would help Paysafe to automate and accelerate core mobile practices.


The company says that this partnership would help it to process digital payments in a faster manner which would help to improve the user experience. Past studies have shown that users prefer faster payouts, especially in the betting industry and any improvement that is possible in this aspect is likely to be enough to make the shift to such platforms. Paysafe hopes that its partnership with Bitrise would help to achieve that and it has also helped it to release updates and upgrades on to the App stores in a much faster manner so that the app can be changed and upgraded as per what the userbase is looking out for.

“Paysafe runs hundreds of builds per week, resulting in thousands of build minutes every month,” said Sujit Unni, Chief Technology Officer at Paysafe. “Bitrise has been instrumental in helping us run these builds more efficiently, increasing their overall speed and reducing maintenance efforts.”

Unni added: “At Paysafe, we’re committed to attracting and retaining the best developers in the world. When investing in and retaining top-level talent, it is critical not to waste their skills on troubleshooting, waiting to test builds, or manually fixing problems. By automating our processes we’re not only increasing efficiency but also enabling our team to focus on driving innovation – both of which improve the end-user experience.”

The need for quick upgrades on mobile platforms is a challenge that every company struggles to cope with. It takes quite a bit of time for each upgrade to be uploaded and reviewed and released to the public on the Playstore by which time the next upgrade of the app is ready due to the changing habits of the users who use the app. This calls for a mechanism to push these upgrades to the market in a quicker manner which is the main reason for this partnership as it helps Paysafe to identify the errors and the changes that it is likely to face, much beforehand and this helps it to move the upgrades to the Playstore in a quicker and smoother manner.

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