Wright Express (NYSE: WXS) is a global provider of value-based business payment processing and information management solutions. The Company’s fleet, corporate, prepaid and payroll card solutions give customers unparalleled security and control across a wide spectrum of business sectors with an expanding international presence.
Wright Express has two main focuses–fleet payment solutions and corporate payment solutions. On the fleet side, Wright Express markets its services directly to fleets in North America and Australia and is an outsourcing partner for international oil companies, regional oil companies, leasing companies, and distributors. Our corporate payments solutions include products that provide customers with payment processing solutions for their corporate purchasing and transaction monitoring needs, prepaid cards, and payroll cards.
Domestically, Wright Express has offices in South Portland, ME, Salt Lake City, UT (headquarters for Wright Express Financial Services Corporation, an industrial bank), and Louisville, KY. Pacific Pride, nationally recognized as the commercial fueling system leader, is located in Salem, OR, and rapid! Paycard, a pay card benefit and electronic payroll solutions provider, is located in Tampa, FL. Our international operations include offices in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, Auckland, New Zealand, and Guildford, England. Wright Express Australia Fuel Card is Australia’s largest multi-branded fuel card issuer and Wright Express Australia Prepaid is the leading processor of prepaid cards in Australia.
“The New England Council plays an important role in connecting business leaders with federal policymakers, including members of Congress and leaders of key federal agencies,” said Melissa Smith, President of Wright Express North America. “The organization’s non-partisan approach in shaping federal public policies that affect numerous industry sectors–including financial services– enhances its credibility and effectiveness. It’s a valuable forum and Wright Express is pleased to count itself among the NEC membership.”