Payza has formed a strategic relationship to provide credit and debit payment service to European Union merchants based on its successful Payza as a Platform enterprise solution.
Payza as a Platform is currently being used in nearly every country around the world by over 75,000 merchants. The service offers competitive pricing, a wide range of supported payment methods, built-in security and fraud protection, strong merchant support, and a host of tools, features, and reporting options.
“This partnership is significant in the international expansion of our merchant gateway service not only because we can provide more options to our European merchants, but also because it will allow us to roll out this service into Canada, Australia and Brazil in the very near future,” explains Firoz Patel, Payza’s Global Executive Vice President.
The platform’s business payment module will enable businesses to accept MasterCard, Visa and JCB card payments directly into their bank account.
“Our upcoming payment processing module reduces friction in the online sales cycle by providing a seamless checkout process and the most preferred payment methods,” explains Patel. “Payza Merchant Gateway users throughout the European Union will be able to accept credit and debit card payments without the hassle of managing multiple accounts at multiple institutions.”
“Running your online business is not just about sales,” continues Patel, “It’s about making sure your customers come back for more. Our full suite of business tools includes a customer support module that makes sure customers can get the help they need when they need it, whether it be via email, phone or live chat.”
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