Worldpay has won two awards at the prestigious CNP Awards 2014, held in Orlando, Florida.
The CNP Awards honour companies that have distinguished themselves in the card-not-present space (where the cardholder and the card are not present at the point-of-sale) and make accepting payments easier and more secure for customers. Judges awarded Worldpay the supreme prize, Best Payment Service Provider, as well as Best CNP Provider Outside of the US.
Casco, creator of the CNP Awards, says: “The companies honoured annually in the CNP Awards represent the very best technology enabling e-commerce, mobile and omni-channel retailers to make more sales and simplify payments for their customers.”
Floris de Kort, CEO, Worldpay eCommerce, says: “Being awarded for two separate categories is a great acknowledgement of our focus and commitment to our customers. Our vision is to be the world’s most progressive and reliable payments partner, sharing insights, and helping our customers prosper. While we can never be complacent, these awards confirm that the investments we are making, and the focus we put on partnership, are delivering what our customers need.”
Worldpay’s wins are the latest in a host of awards for the company, including most recently Best Payment Service Provider at the 2014 Merchant Payment Ecosystem (MPE) Awards.
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