UK Internet payment solutions provider Worldpay has entered the US ecommerce market in a deal that will see a million retailers using its products.
The Jersey based company beat off stiff competition to sign a deal with credit and debit card transaction processor National Data Corporation (NDC) in the US. It will roll out its multi currency online payments system and ecommerce store product to a million US merchants enabling them to turn their high street shop into online stores.
NDC will incorporate Worldpay's 'Click and Build' into its virtual storefront solution called 'Ecommerce in a Box', which enables merchants with no programming skills to build their own ecommerce store or integrate into an existing website in under 48 hours.
Together with Psinet, who will host the service, the companies will launch a complete worldwide end-to-end credit and debit ecommerce solution that includes Internet connectivity, Web hosting, store building capability, shopping cart applications, and direct business to business transactions in over 120 currencies.
Source: VNU Newswire
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