Allied Wallet, a provider of online merchant services and payment processing solutions, has partnered with Pay.On. The Munich-based company, Pay.On, is a provider of web-based payment infrastructure services and provides the routing gateway PayPipe, which connects more than 200 payment providers worldwide – e.g. acquirers, payment service providers, scheme operators – and contains over 100 different payment methods.
Allied Wallet and Pay.On have partnered to provide Allied Wallet merchants with access to more global banking relationships, thus, expanding Allied Wallet’s payment solutions and optimising its global processes. By integrating with Pay.On’s payment network, Allied Wallet strengthens its services with the ability to process more payment methods than nearly every competitor. This advancement offers more successful transactions for Allied Wallet’s global user base of over 31 million.
Andy Khawaja, chief executive officer (CEO) of Allied Wallet, said: “This partnership with Pay.On will further supplement our ability to serve our merchants. And with this advancement in global banking, our merchants will only see more profitability.”
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