WorldPay’s Alternative Payment Programme refers to the company’s range of alternative payment types that it processes quickly and securely across numerous territories and sales channels. Today, WorldPay provides merchants with the a concentration of payment services globally, with alternative payment functionality for over 200 payment schemes worldwide, and more being added regularly.
Floris de Kort, CEO eCommerce, WorldPay comments: “Winning this award for our Alternative Payment Programme is a great achievement for us and highlights our constant commitment to deliver the broadest portfolio of payment types across multiple geographies to help merchants achieve global customer reach capitalising on revenue opportunities in new and often complex markets. With 30 additional alternative payment methods in development and scheduled to be delivered by the end of 2013, this is an exciting time for us and it is a great honour to be recognised for the work we are doing in this space.”
The awards recognise the best performers and innovators in the payment acceptance arena and companies that have significantly contributed to the development of in-store, online and mobile payment acceptance in Europe and worldwide.
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