Footwear retailer Schuh has selected TNSPay, the multi-channel payment gateway from Transaction Network Services (TNS), for payment processing across its 99 stores in the UK and Ireland.
Caroline Robertson, Systems Manager at Schuh said: “With all the volatility seen in the retail market recently, it was crucial that we selected a stable and reliable payment gateway. TNS’ customer centric approach aligns perfectly with ours and their technical reliability and their knowledge in the payments industry will help us to maintain our success in the retail environment. We believe in ensuring our customers receive excellent customer service as we try to convert them into repeat customers. TNS shares this approach and was the right partner for Schuh to select.”
Fintan Byrne, TNS’ SVP and General Manager of UK and Ireland, said: “We’re delighted that Schuh has chosen to partner with TNS to meet its growing payment acceptance requirements. We’ve worked very closely with Schuh to allow them to take advantage of our extensive expertise and resources in the payments space from undertaking the integration, rigorous testing and subsequent roll out across Schuh stores.
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