The Cotswold Company selects Checkout.com as online payment provider
By Megha Bhattacharya
Checkout.com has been selected by British Home and Living Brand, The Cotswold Company as its new online payment service provider. The integration to Checkout.com will give Cotswold Co.’s customers a range of payment methods. Customers can pay with Google Pay and Apple Pay new payment methods unlocked by Checkout.com, thus offering customers flexibility and convenience, while unlocking additional revenue opportunities for the business.
Paul Marshall, Finance Director at Cotswold Company said, “A customer’s journey with our furniture starts online. That’s why our customers deserve a seamless shopping experience. We selected Checkout.com as the specialist in digital payments, to not only offer our customers a greater choice of payment options but to future-proof, as customers shift to purchasing on-line, our eCommerce business with its best-in-market platform.”
According to Checkout.com, its connected payments platform will offer payment gateway, processing and acquiring services via a single integration. This unified proposition offers Cotswold Co. access to granular reporting, enabling continued optimisation of the checkout process, to offer a frictionless experience for their customers.
Commenting on the partnership Moshe Winegarten, Senior Vice President at Checkout.com, said, “We’re proud that The Cotswold Company have selected Checkout.com as their payment service provider. Our market-leading Connected Payments platform offers merchants the tools they need to unlock more value from every transaction and create a frictionless shopping experience for customers. We look forward to supporting Cotswold Co. with their continued growth.”
Recently, MoneyGram International announced the expansion of its deposit service for Visa debit cards in Europe. The expansion was launched in partnership with Checkout.com, a leading global payment solutions provider, which uses Visa Direct, Visa’s real-time “push” payment platform. Currently, MoneyGram customers can use the company’s website or mobile app to send money in near real-time to Visa debit cardholders through 575 operators in 25 countries in Europe.
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