Enfuce launches My Carbon Action in AWS Marketplace
By Joy Dumasia
- AWS Marketplace
- carbon footprint
Enfuce, a Nordic payment service provider, launched its transaction-based carbon footprint calculator, My Carbon Action, in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalogue with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Launched by Enfuce in 2019, My Carbon Action is a digital tool that allows banks, financial institutions and merchants to instantly calculate the carbon footprint of individual transactions customers make.
Now that My Carbon Action is available in AWS Marketplace, AWS customers can easily access and integrate into existing apps and payment services, which happens in Enfuce’s MyEdge platform. Using My Carbon Action API, the users get CO2 emission calculations for the transactions in their apps and payment services. The CO2 calculations are provided with country-specific datasets selected during the onboarding process.
By integrating My Carbon Action, banks, financial institutions and merchants can help customers understand the carbon footprint of their choices and easily make more sustainable choices, such as cycling instead of going by car and using more environmentally-friendly products and services.
Monika Liikamaa, CEO and Co-Founder at Enfuce, said: “We have seen the drastic impacts that the climate crisis has had already, and now it is time to act. Having My Carbon Action available in AWS Marketplace means it is now even easier for banks, financial institutions and merchants to help unite their customers in the fight against climate change.”
Recently, IBS Intelligence reported that Qred had chosen Enfuce, one of Europe’s FinTechs, as its card processor. Through the partnership with Enfuce, Qred is looking to launch the Qred Card – a fast, free and secure B2B credit card designed for businesses, no matter how small.
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