2Checkout has announced that Shopify, a commerce platform that enables anyone to easily sell online, in-store and anywhere in between, has integrated 2Checkout global payments option into its platform.
By partnering with 2Checkout, Shopify can now offer a payment solution to its customers, in new and emerging markets. Also this partnership will provide Shopify customers with access to payments in 196 countries.
“2Checkout delivers a local buying experience that scales globally for merchants and customers alike,” said Louis Kearns, director of payments at Shopify. “Shopify’s 100,000+ merchants from around the world can now enable 2Checkout’s secure, responsive, localized payments page to maximize checkout conversions in hundreds of markets.”
“Shopify is the number one cart request that we get here at 2Checkout, so this partnership is a win for both parties,” said Kevin Gallagher, SVP of business development at 2Checkout. “With 2Checkout providing the payments, it is literally just one integration to reach the world.”
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