Getting orders from all over the world is one of the many benefits of selling online. Everyone knows that! But are you offering local payment options in the countries people are buying from? If you’re getting orders from overseas then we’ve got the payment solution for you…
We’ve teamed up with Ogone, a specialist payment solution connected to over 200 banks and 80 payment methods worldwide. So now you can max those overseas sales by offering the payment options people are used to using in their own countries.
Do you offer ELV and Giropay in Germany? Or Ideal in Holland? Do you give shoppers the option to pay using Carte Bleue in France or Discover Cards in the US? If you don’t, chances are you’re losing sales.
Through Ogone Collect, ekmPowershop.com users can easily manage and activate local, international and alternative payment methods. This leads to increased conversion rates as well as accessing new markets and new customers.
David Blackham from ekmPowershop.com comments: “Offering Visa, Mastercard and PayPal might work a treat on home shores, but people pay for things differently in different parts of the world. Adding Ogone to our ecommerce solution made sense as they have vast experience in processing payments all over the world.”
Julian Walls, Country Manager for UK at Ogone added: “We are very pleased to be able to help ekmPowershop’s customers expand their business throughout the UK and beyond by using our sophisticated payment solutions. Ogone’s extensive back-office capabilities, system resilience, collecting services, and range of advanced fraud prevention tools will help UK merchant’s convert more sales”.
To celebrate the new integration, Ogone are offering 3 months FREE, exclusive to all ekmPowershop.com customers.
What are you waiting for? Add Ogone to your online shop today and make sure you’re equipped for trading worldwide.
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