Bluefin Payment Systems, a financial technology provider of cloud-based integrated payment solutions for independent software vendors (ISVs), has partnered with a payment platform provider to expand their US and Canadian presence and include international payment processing. Bluefin’s PayConex platform will now support e-commerce and mail order/telephone order (MOTO) payments in 52 countries.
“Our ISV and SaaS partners rely on Bluefin to innovate and evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of the marketplace, and the addition of international processing ensures we continue to grow with our partners”
“Our decision to expand internationally was driven by partner demand,” said John M. Perry, CEO of Bluefin. “Our SaaS and ISV partners are moving their payment operations to the cloud, providing greater opportunity to serve additional markets and countries. They require a cloud-based payment platform that can be used around the world and Bluefin is the provider of choice.”
Bluefin, secures the cloud with a rich security suite that includes tokenisation, transparent redirect, and end-to-end encryption (E”EE). ISVs and SaaS providers integrate PayConex into their software, enabling customers to make seamless payments.
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