Online payments provider PayLane.com, is expanding its offering with business solutions directed at German e-businesses. After their launch in the UK, Ireland and Poland, and creating a dedicated solution for startups, PayLane’s new focus is on German market. Now startups and online shops can go global know – with or without experience in running e-business.
Now also German businesses can manoeuvre within international markets with PayLane, which allows accepting online payments in 160 currencies from over 50 countries. Besides standard payment methods, such as credit and debit cards, German companies will be able to offer their customers alternative solutions typical for specific regions, like Sofortbanking in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, wire transfers in Poland, Dankort in Denmark, Carte Bleue in France or iDEAL in the Netherlands.
“PayLane is not an ordinary payments provider – our specialists analyse each and every company, its business model and needs to provide them with a solution created just for them. Now we can also help German e-businesses reach foreign markets and adjust their payment system to their business model. On top of that, we also have a special offer just for startups!” says Karol Zielinski, managing director of PayLane.
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