Net Element (NASDAQ:NETE) has announced that its PayOnline subsidiary launched support for electronic commerce in the US.
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As one of the most versatile global online payment acceptance solutions in the industry, PayOnline’s platform allows merchants to expand their business without limiting the way customers can pay.
PayOnline’s API and SDK enables merchants to easily integrate payment solutions into their native environment. This agnostic solution is certified with most payment processing platforms in the United States including TSYS, First Data, Chase Paymentech, Global Payments, Elavon and many others.
- Multiple Payment Methods: In addition to online credit card acceptance, PayOnline supports 100+ payment methods in over 110 currencies for added flexibility;
- Certified with Major Processors: PayOnline is certified with the major processing organizations in the United States and internationally;
- Developer-Friendly: Easily integrate retail, pay at the table, or e-commerce solutions via robust and thoroughly documented API, code examples for multiple languages, plus SDKs for iOS and Android;
- Security First: Industry-leading security features include P2PE, Tokenization, and additional solutions to keep cardholder data safe and secure without exposure to merchants’ POS systems;
- E-commerce and CMS integrations: PayOnline payment module is available on 23 of the most popular e-commerce and CMS platforms, and the list of supported platforms continues to grow.
“We are excited to bring PayOnline to the United States and look forward to expanding our value-added offerings for merchants,” commented Vlad Sadovskiy, President of Integrated Payments for Net Element. “Our fully integrated offering allows merchants to have consolidated multiprocessor reporting capabilities. This solution has been successful abroad and we feel it will be successful in providing added value to merchants in the United States, resulting in a new revenue segment for our North America transaction solutions as well as expanding PayOnline’s global reach.”