On-demand enterprise software provider NetSuite has announced that its NetSuite Ecommerce platform is now fully integrated with the Google Checkout service, giving online merchants another payment option to offer their customers.
The support for Google's popular service means e-traders now do not have to worry that they may be losing customers who regard Checkout as their preferred way of paying for goods online, said NetSuite.
The firm added that customers who have already incorporated Google Checkout into their sites have seen double-digit growth in click-through and conversion rates.
“We are excited to work together with Google to deliver on our shared commitment to e-commerce businesses,” said Mini Peiris, vice president of product marketing at NetSuite.
“With Google Checkout, NetSuite provides online merchants with another payment solution that addresses the needs of their consumers and contributes to their business’ bottom line.”
NetSuite customers wishing to incorporate Checkout into their online stores need to enable the feature and then register a Google merchant account, accessed through the Google portal in NetSuite.
The Google Checkout button will then automatically be displayed next to the Proceed to Checkout button in their Shopping Cart, or on their web site checkout landing page, said NetSuite.
The NetSuite Google Checkout Integration online payment option has no setup or monthly fees. Merchants pay a per-transaction fee to Google of 1.9 per cent to 2.9 per cent, plus 30 cents (18p) per transaction, depending on monthly sales volume.
The new capabilities will be available to customers in the UK by the end of this month.
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