Jil Ebanoidze joins boutique consultancy Connective Payments

10 December 2019 Consultancy.eu 2 min. read
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Jil Ebanoidze has joined boutique consulting firm Connective Payments as an Associate Partner. 

Connective Payments launched in 2014 as a specialist in payments, helping companies throughout the payments value chain with business-driven transformation. The firm has since built an impressive roster of clients including large banks (ABN Amro, ING), credit card companies (Mastercard) and payment providers (Ingenico, Translink, Seqr).

Lifting its headcount to eleven partners and associates, Jil Ebanoidze brings over 15 years of experience in the payments arena to Netherlands-based Connective Payments. Prior to joining, she worked three years as an independent consultant, and before that, she worked for over seven years in the operations and payments domains at globally operating e-commerce companies OLX Group (Naspers) and eBay.Jil Ebanoidze, Associate Partner - Conective PaymentsEarlier in her career, Ebanoidze worked at two banks in Georgia, where she was raised and completed her master studies. Since, she has obtained an MBA from Maastricht School of Management (Netherlands) and completed executive education courses at Columbia Business School and Harvard Business School (US). 

At Connective Payments, Ebanoidze will help customers – mainly e-commerce and marketplace players – with digitising their entire order-to-cash process flow. “I have tons of experience with integrating important functional areas, such as on-boarding of customers, credit risk management, data security, SOX, payments and management reporting,” she said.

She will also complement her functional expertise with change management capabilities. Ebanoidze; “As an experienced change manager, I am used to working in diverse and challenging environments, adjusting to changing circumstances and collaborating globally with multifunctional teams. I always strive for long-term partnerships when I’m working with teams, vendors and stakeholders.”