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WePay’s Jennifer Parker: ‘We’re seeing inspiring early pivots with software firms and marketplaces’

  • WePay provides payment APIs to ISVs and marketplaces.
  • CRO Jennifer Parker joins us on the podcast to discuss initiatives she's leading during the crisis.
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WePay’s Jennifer Parker: ‘We’re seeing inspiring early pivots with software firms and marketplaces’

WePay provides payment solutions for platforms like marketplaces and software firms. The Chase-owned company provides payment APIs to firms like Eventzilla, Meetup and TouchBistro.

Chief revenue officer Jennifer Parker joins us on the podcast to give us an update on the business and to discuss how platforms and their merchants are coping during the current crisis. We hear about how WePay has supported its ecosystem with products and services throughout this tumultuous time. Jennifer also shares with us her biggest priorities heading into the second half of 2020.

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The following excerpts were edited for clarity.

Career path

I am the Chief Revenue Officer for WePay, a Chase company. A little bit about me, Zack: I am a Midwest girl, moved south to Houston, and stayed far longer than I thought I would. I then relocated to the Bay Area about two years ago.I’ve been with JPMorgan for approximately 10 years now and joined the WePay team post-acquisition in late 2018.


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