Shopgate currently provides a variety of services, from mobile optimised websites, mobile and tablet apps to unique services that enable connectivity between the offline marketing world and mobile shopping.
The new partnership with DataCash will enable Shopgate’s clients to process fast and secure transactions via their mobile platforms due to DataCash’s advanced payments technology and industry leading fraud and risk management tool, Gatekeeper:2.0.
“Our team of experts – based in multiple locations globally – dedicates its hearts and minds to ensuring that we offer the best mobile shopping experience in the world. The collaboration will further enhance our offering in the UK market and we look forward to working with DataCash on all future projects.” said Filipe da Silva Araujo, Vice President Business Development UK, at Shopgate.
“Mobile commerce is quite different from traditional eCommerce, as mobile phones impose very different constraints than desktop computers. It is important for us to work with only the finest specialists in this field and ensure that retailers can easily maximise their revenue through the ever growing mCommerce market.” Simone Leevey, Head of Partner Channel at DataCash said.
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