Showroomprive.com has announced it has called on the expertise of Adyen to facilitate rapid European expansion.
This relationship forms part of Showroomprive.com’s strategy of teaming up with innovative technology partners to support its double-digit international growth. With Adyen, Showroomprive.com will be able to maximize the number of online payments made from any device.
PingKi Houang, Showroomprive.com’s CEO, stated: “Adyen has become a key player in the payment industry. It is an ideal partner for us as it provides the technology tools we need to support our international development. Adyen has unparalleled expertise in payment and offers innovative solutions to maximize the conversion rate of e-commerce and m-commerce payments. The great responsiveness of Adyen’s team in France and their attention to our needs is another strong asset. We already use the Adyen platform in four countries and aim to speed up its implementation in the other countries where we operate, because we’ve already seen the positive impact of Adyen’s solution on our results.”
Roelant Prins, CCO of Adyen, said: “Innovation and international development are two major dimensions of our strategy, embedded in the DNA of both Adyen and Showroomprive.com. We’re very proud to help this big name in e-commerce expand internationally and to support its rapid growth with solutions that are at once completely reliable and flexible.”
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