SecureNet, a payment technology operating system that connects directly to the major card networks, has announced a partnership with FoxyCart, a provider of flexible, secure, hosted e-commerce platforms, to manage the transactions and payments processing of FoxyCart merchants end-to-end.
FoxyCart is a shopping cart system built for web professionals to integrate with their existing systems and workflows. The SecureNet partnership has helped FoxyCart provide more value to its users, at a lower cost..
SecureNet’s PayOS gives FoxyCart the confidence to recommend a payments option, including merchant accounts and payment gateways, with the confidence that it works well and will contribute positively to FoxyCart’s overall merchant experience.
“Our users come to us too often with stories of merchant account providers doing the bait and switch, providing poor service, hidden costs, and long contracts,” Brett Florio, co-founder and CEO of FoxyCart, said. “Partnering with SecureNet has given FoxyCart users extremely solid options, giving us a competitive advantage, and our users the best possible solution for accepting online payments.”
“We’re thrilled to work with an e-commerce partner that provides highly flexible, easily integrated solutions for a wide variety of online businesses,” said Brent Warrington, CEO of SecureNet. “We share a similar philosophy and were able to listen to FoxyCart’s specific needs to create competitive, easy-to-understand pricing options for its users.”
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