Global software solutions provider for e-commerce Intershop and PayPal have entered a partnership for e-commerce solutions in Brazil. Via PayPal, Intershop offers retailers a safe, reliable and simple to use payment platform. In turn, PayPal will offer clients Intershop’s e-commerce platform.
Established in 1992, Intershop has more than 500 clients, from large to medium size companies, globally. “We work closely with each client to not only leverage the latest developments in e-commerce technology, but to tailor our solutions to meet and anticipate the future needs of our clients,” said Olaf Laber, Vice President Emerging Business at Intershop.
“The e-commerce market in Brazil is growing and with that it brings new challenges to retailers, resellers and clients. Support from two of the most advanced technological solutions providers, PayPal and Intershop, guarantees that all B2C and B2B processes are securely, efficiently and reliably executed, ensuring the best experience for you and your customer,” pointed Mario Mello, Head of PayPal for Latin America.
The partnership will address the needs of Brazilian companies that seek a transition to an e-commerce platform, capable of integrating with existing legacy IT infrastructure, and bringing advanced payments, store management, mobile and cloud solutions.
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