US payment processor, SecureNet Payment Systems, has announced that it is launching a global system built around its cloud-based PayOS platform, expanding into Canada, Australia, the UK and EU.
This will allow merchants of all sizes to accept multi-channel payments in more than 130 currencies across 25 countries worldwide by integrating SecureNet’s payment processing capabilities into a website or mobile app.
International clients will be able to use the full range of solutions currently available to US merchants, including an omnichannel merchant account, payment gateway, recurring billing, secure credit card storage, award-winning Inventory Management solution and detailed data analytics to track performance.
It will also provide access to a host of security features, including tokenization at point-of-entry, end-to-end encryption and integrated fraud management tools.
Brent Warrington, CEO of SecureNet, commented: “SecureNet’s vision is to provide merchants around the world with the ability to seamlessly accept payments and grow their businesses. The international market provides a massive opportunity as global distribution platforms have essentially eliminated the barriers to international shopping. We are taking the complexity out of international payments for merchants and giving them the ability to not only accept payments, but to manage and sync inventory across borders and make smarter business decisions based on rich insights.”
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