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Mollie and Xentral partner to smoothen eCommerce payments and ERP processes

By Joy Dumasia

July 04, 2022

  • Digital Payments
  • Ecommerce
  • ERP
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MollieMollie, one of the fastest-growing payment service providers in Europe, and Xentral, the German thought leader in lean ERP systems, are launching their collaboration with immediate effect. In the process, scale-up Xentral will integrate Mollie’s comprehensive payment services into its multichannel ERP platform. 

The partnership between the two eCommerce tech leaders creates a solution for SMEs that makes both the payment and order management process easier and smoother, significantly supporting the growth of numerous e-commerce businesses. The new service is available immediately to all current and future customers of Mollie and Xentral.

“Automated processes between eCommerce platforms, warehouses and accounting systems have long been standard. That’s why it’s important to use a payment service provider (PSP) that is also directly integrated with an ERP system,” explains Annett Polaszewski-Plath, Managing Director DACH at Mollie. “The partnership is based on concrete customer requirements. In addition, both companies share similar visions: Mollie wants to simplify the payment process for small and medium-sized businesses, while Xentral centralizes all business operations in one platform for precisely these companies, making them as simple and streamlined as possible.”

Merchants benefit from the partnership by saving time and having a better overview of cash flow and their merchandise management. At the same time, their customers are offered the most common payment methods in Europe.

Stephanie Richheimer, VP Sales & Partnerships of Xentral and Ex-Mollie, underlines: “Xentral and Mollie are both pioneers in simplifying complex processes for innovative e-commerce companies. In doing so, each of the two companies has a unique focus: fast-growing e-commerce businesses are made easily scalable by Xentral, and with the integration of Mollie, challenges in connecting disparate payment services are now a thing of the past.”

IBS Intelligence reported that Sendcloud announced it has partnered with Mollie, one of Europe’s fastest-growing payment service providers, to smoothen the paid returns process. 

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