Vindicia, a provider of software-as-a-service (SaaS) billing solutions which help digital merchants optimise customer retention and customer acquisition, has partnered with GlobalCollect to give its customers access to a portfolio of local, international, and alternative payment methods. This co-operation offers Vindicia’s merchants in the digital goods space the opportunity to obtain best-of-breed billing and subscription services, combined with GlobalCollect’s broad range of payment options via its single-interface platform, WebCollect.
Sanjay Sarathy, senior vice president (SVP) marketing at Vindicia, said: “Digital merchants are focused on how to maximise the loyalty and value of their customers, and the combination of Vindicia CashBox and GlobalCollect provides a compelling solution for merchants to optimise their online marketing and payment processes.”
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