European payment gateway Realex Payments has announced that it has been selected to partner and provide a managed gateway solution and services for the new Elavon Payment Gateway, increasing its presence in this space.
The deal involves Realex Payments providing:
- A fully branded, localised, online, multi-channel payment gateway for businesses across the UK and Europe
- Dedicated partner resources focused on driving the adoption of the solution across Elavon’s markets
- Outsourced and localised support functions including resources and tools to support clients and their technical teams
Providing managed gateway solutions to processors and acquiring banks across Europe is a key element of Realex Payments’ growth strategy.
Realex Payments founder and CEO, Colm Lyon, said: “We are delighted to have been selected as the managed gateway partner for Elavon. This is a major partnership for us; we are strategically positioned to offer our partners a holistic and compelling offering that truly enables them to grow their ecommerce business. We are extremely excited about the future and working with Elavon to grow our relationship, extend our reach and strengthen our strategic partnership. This announcement is further reinforcement of our commitment to providing the best managed gateway solution, not just a white label but a deep partnership that truly facilitates growth.”
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