Ingenico Payment Services has signed an agreement with Seamless regarding the mobile wallet SEQR. Its mobile payment services can now be offered to the thousands of Belgian web shops using the Ogone platform for online and mobile payments.
“Following the roll out of SEQR at McDonald’s in Belgium, we are very excited to also collaborate with Ingenico Payment Services to make online shopping smoother and safer through SEQR,” said Peter Fredell, Seamless CEO.
Research shows that the majority of consumers drop out during the cumbersome online purchase process requiring input of a large amount of data such as the card number, name, expiration date and security codes. Making shopping online not the great experience it should be.
Ingenico Payment Services’ has over 160,000 merchants, covering all major industries and customer segments. Merchants using Ingenico Payment Services can now offer the payment method SEQR and benefit from the increased conversion that SEQR aims to bring by simplifying the consumer payment process.
“We strive to make the online shopping experience as pleasant and easy for consumers as possible and SEQR’s mobile payment solution is definitely a powerful tool for this. We are delighted that we can add SEQR to our range of payment solutions,” explains Xavier Thiran, Head of Business Development, Ingenico Payment Services.
Belgium is the first market where Seamless will route payments for SEQR exclusively through SEPA. Consumers all over the Euro area can authorize access to debit their bank account when paying with SEQR, regardless of bank.
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