Vindicia, a provider of on-demand strategic billing solutions, has broadened its payment method support by integrating InComm with its CashBox billing system. The addition of InComm’s gift cards to CashBox allows Vindicia’s merchants to expand the demographic mix that they can target for their online goods and services. CashBox now provides compelling payment method options for both subscription and one-time transactions that support the unique requirements of digital merchants in diverse geographies throughout the world.
“Prepaid and online gift cards are a rapidly growing segment of the market,” said Steve Klebe, senior vice president, business development, Vindicia. “Consumer engagement is everywhere – from Amazon to Facebook – and the diversity of consumers demand a full mix of payment options no matter where they are online. By adding InComm to the CashBox mix, we’re helping our online merchant customers maximise their customer acquisition and revenue generating opportunities.”
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