PAY.ON and Worldline have entered a strategic partnership to enlarge Worldline’s international e-payment acceptance coverage.
With the partnership, Worldline strengthens its global positioning to better support its customers when operating cross-border and entering new markets and countries. With Atos Worldline, PAY.ON gains another partner, delivering its clients a further connection to the French market.
The integration into the PAY.ON Payment Gateway facilitates Worldline the immediate access into a high-performance payment gateway, the processing of transactions in more than 100 countries, and access to more than 350 payment providers and 150 payment brands over a single API.
With this enriched geographical coverage, Worldline will be able to even better satisfy the growing needs of its customers, currently spread in 17 countries, and leverage their business globally: Worldline clients can now easily connect to a wide range of foreign acquirers and payment methods for processing of local payment transactions worldwide.
Wolfgang Berner, Vice President Product and Integration, said: “We are delighted to join forces with Worldline, an international and globally active partner. Our Payment Gateway enables Worldline to expand its global presence within a short time frame and without regional-specific payment barriers whilst delivering the highest quality and security standards. Both parties mutually benefit from the partnership due to greater market penetration and access to new client segments.”
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