NetSuite said that it is now natively integrated with the WorldPay Corporate Gateway via its core NetSuite application and NetSuite SuiteCommerce.
The announcement, which strengthens an eight-year relationship between NetSuite and WorldPay, gives NetSuite customers access to more than 200 payment methods in 115 currencies, and represents NetSuite’s first integration with a payment acceptance provider covering all of Europe and beyond. NetSuite users will be able to benefit from the WorldPay Corporate Gateway platform without needing to adopt additional software or change their business processes.
NetSuite added that the further integration between NetSuite and WorldPay creates particular advantages for companies which use its new SuiteCommerce platform, whose technology transcends the limitations and complexity of first-generation electronic commerce (e-commerce) systems to deliver new efficiencies for merchants and a superior experience for customers.
“NetSuite and WorldPay are both focused on giving our mutual clients the tools and scalable processes they need to reach new markets, remove purchasing barriers and adapt to the needs of each individual customer,” said Craig Sullivan, vice president and general manager, international for NetSuite. “Taking our partnership to the next level ensures that companies relying on NetSuite can take advantage of every possible growth opportunity, domestically and internationally.”
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