Elavon, a subsidiary of US Bancorp and global payments provider, has partnered with DataCash, a MasterCard company, to launch Elavon’s Global E-commerce Gateway solution in Europe. The solution expands payment options, reduces fraud, and ultimately improves sales for businesses accepting e-commerce payments.
Designed to meet the evolving needs of businesses everywhere, the soltuion addresses the risk and data security concerns businesses face when accepting payments online, while delivering advanced connectivity, flexibility and visibility to its users. Advanced fraud management services provide industry-leading, end-to-end fraud monitoring, detection and prevention precisely tailored to the needs of businesses to mitigate their fraud exposure for any payment type, industry sector and geographic market.
A robust yet flexible risk management rules engine helps businesses stay ahead of fraudsters and optimise revenue by applying real-time fraud screening, behavioural analytics, integration with geo-global positioning solutions, and information from an extensive global activity database.
“The combination of Elavon’s acquiring experience, processing reach, and financial stability, with DataCash’s gateway expertise, fraud controls and unmatched connectivity results in a win-win for our customers,” said Simon Haslam, president of international markets, Elavon. “We are pleased to be able to provide one point of service and support to our clients as their global commerce needs evolve.”
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