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Judopay announces payment partnership with Venditan

judopayPayment FinTech Judopay has collaborated with Manchester-based e-commerce and warehouse management solutions, Venditan in a bid to allow e-commerce and retail software specialists to integrate the former’s payment gateway solution into the Venditan Commerce platform. Judopay will offer customisable checkouts, fraud prevention as well as intelligent routing for removing failure points in transactions.

Venditan Director John Coyne, said of the partnership, “We have been speaking with Judopay for a few months, and we are excited at what their solution can do for our Retail clients eCommerce conversion rate, especially via mobile. It’s a full end-to-end solution, with gateway and acquiring, giving our clients access to over 100 acquiring banks in 190 countries. We are about to embark on a business development campaign to promote our native mobile app solution, and Judopay will play a huge role in that as the payment provider.”

Venditan states that it will integrate Judopay’s mobile checkout solution into its App framework. The company offers eCommerce, EPoS, Mobile Apps and Warehouse Management solutions for retailers & distributors; through a single platform, Venditan Commerce.

Adam Montgomery, Senior Partnerships Manager of Judopay, added, “We’re delighted to partner with Venditan to offer our digital payments solution to their customers. We are really looking forward to helping drive their customers’ digital journey across both web and mobile, and we will enhance the great work that they are already doing. We truly believe in their mission to help retailers thrive in this ever-changing environment.”

Recently, Judopay, along with SafeCharge, will enable in-app payments for Envoy Taxi app, thus supporting its latest courier app using the black taxis of London.

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