Payment processing group WorldPay and electronic commerce (e-commerce) solutions specialist Intershop have reached an agreement which will see WorldPay services integrated with the Intershop 7 platform. The integration will provide retail merchants with an e-commerce solution with extensive payment processing, global customer reach and risk functionality.
WorldPay’s payment gateway and its market-leading risk management service, RiskGuardian, will be available to Intershop 7 customers.
“Following WorldPay’s integration with Intershop’s platform, merchants can now benefit from a comprehensive e-commerce solution that delivers unrivalled payment processing, risk and alternative payment capabilities,” said Shane Happach, chief commercial officer, e-commerce division at WorldPay.
“If they are to make the most of the potential that e-commerce brings, merchants must employ systems that are interoperable and efficient for them, and bring added value and convenience for customers. Consumers will not think twice about abandoning their shopping cart if their preferred payment method is not available. This integration places emphasis on the importance of the availability of preferred payment types, which many other platforms do not consider, to enable merchants to operate e-commerce globally through a single interface.”
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