European payment solution provider Realex Payments has formed a partnership with Shopgate, the software-as-a-service (SaaS) m-commerce platform. The partnership will see the two companies provide a payments and store solution for m-commerce clients, enabling a straightforward checkout process for Shopgate’s 5,500+ merchants across Europe.
The solution enables the status of an order to be updated in real-time, both on the merchant’s mobile store and also their original e-commerce store. Shopgate will also store the card details so the customer can easily re-use them next time.
“The Realex Payments and Shopgate integration offers a comprehensive m-commerce solution to businesses selling online,” said Gary Conroy, chief operating officer (COO), Realex Payments.
“Shopgate’s leading mobile commerce platform will provide our merchants with access to the world’s most popular shopping carts and consumers will enjoy a mobile friendly experience when buying online.”
Shopgate merchants can now take payments via Realex Payments’ one click checkout. Transactions are processed by Realex Payments and in full Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) level 1 v3.0 compliance.
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