Global Payments has announced it has signed an agreement with Bigcommerce, an e-commerce platform for growing and emerging brands.
This agreement will enable Global Payments’ merchants to enter the e-commerce space, reaching more customers and growing their businesses by creating a Bigcommerce store. Small businesses, particularly retailers, have a need for services such as design support, mobile experience and search engine optimization (SEO) consulting, and this platform provides these services.
“Bigcommerce is another tool that allows our merchants to tap into the e-commerce market and sell online,” said Jay Rising, President, Americas for Global Payments. “We are impressed with the ease of integration with Bigcommerce and are thrilled that this platform will help successful brick and mortar retailers expand into e-commerce stores.”
“Global Payments works with thousands of successful businesses who we believe can expand their businesses online with our platform,” said Melanie Kalemba, Vice President Strategic Business Development of Bigcommerce. “We look forward to working with Global Payments’ merchants to help them grow their businesses and reach new customers.”
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