CardinalCommerce and PAY.ON have inked an agreement to integrate Cardinal’s Consumer Authentication solution into the PAY.ON platform, connecting Cardinal with over 100 of PAY.ON’s payment service provider clients serving more than 50,000 merchants worldwide.
Cardinal’s Consumer Authentication solution will be fully integrated with PAY.ON’s widget based payment page COPYandPAY, and can be used alongside Active Payment Method Selection to give merchants risk management tools for frictionless payments, while effectively combating fraud. Partnering with Cardinal further expands PAY.ON’s portfolio of payment solutions, giving clients the tools to increase sales, reduce chargebacks and interchange fees, and reduce manual reviews.
“Offering Cardinal’s premium Consumer Authentication solution as part of our modular Platform as a Service (PaaS) gives payment service providers even greater flexibility in determining the perfect risk management and authentication measures for their merchants,” said Nikolaus von Taysen, CSO & Founder at PAY.ON. “Cardinal’s sophisticated rules engine boosts sales by reducing abandonment rates caused by unnecessary or unwanted 3-D Secure authentication, and also reduces fraud and chargebacks through suitable authentication for riskier shoppers. This ultimately boosts the bottom line of both payment service providers and their merchants.”
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