2Checkout has partnered with Bigcommerce to enable merchants to seamlessly accept international payments from any country in the world. Here’s what this means for retailers who use Bigcommerce’s platform.
Luckily for retailers that have made global accessibility a priority, there are four ways to create a foundation for global business that can help managers make sense of it all, reduce the insanity and create a global brand that customers will make one of their favorite “destinations.”
Say good-bye to Google Wallet, and hello to Android Pay. Here’s a look at how Google plans to capture mobile wallet users both in the store and in the online world with its “Buy with Android Pay” button.
Online payments made using mobile devices continues to rise globally now accounting for 27.2% of the total online payments made in the first quarter of 2015, according to Adyen’s most-recent quarterly Mobile Payments Index. Here’s a look at how mobile payments grew in the U.S., and worldwide.
Moss Bros’ existing payment service provider could not deliver the global reach and functionality to match its ambitions, so the business began searching for a new payments technology solution to accompany its website relaunch. See what the company did.
Rhapsody offers its streaming music service in over 30 countries, and must therefore accept multiple different types of payments internationally. Here’s how they used a third-party global payments company to support all those payment methods and transaction currencies.
If you’re not used to dealing with the exchange rates, making a currency transfer can seem downright foreign. For online retailers it may be something they have to deal with regularly, but something they don’t understand.