BlueSnap, a global payment gateway, announced that Transparent Language, a leading provider of language-learning technology for government, education, corporations, libraries, and consumers, has chosen BlueSnap’s global payment solution to transform its shopper experience. With BlueSnap, Transparent Language will be able to optimize its checkout process to increase consumer sales of its language-learning software for consumers. For more information on how Transparent Language is relying on BlueSnap, please view this brief video.
“Making it easy for merchants to have an ecommerce solution is what we do best,” said Ralph Dangelmaier, CEO of BlueSnap. “We are excited to partner with Transparent Language to provide a fully customized and integrated solution of their large catalog of digital and physical goods so they can convert more shoppers to buyers and ship those goods worldwide.”
“Many of our buyers are individual language learners, who are motivated by personal enrichment,” said Chuck McGonagle, senior vice president, general manager of Transparent Language. “We needed a global ecommerce solution that allowed us to get our subscription-based learning system out into the market, quickly and efficiently. BlueSnap was key to this effort.”
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