SecureNet today unveiled plans to launch an innovative global infrastructure built around its cloud-based PayOS platform, which will allow for fully integrated international payment processing.
Merchants of all sizes will be able to accept payments in more than 130 currencies worldwide upon the official launch slated for later this year. With the launch, developers and merchants will be able to easily integrate SecureNet’s international payment processing capabilities into any website or mobile app.
International clients will have access to the full breadth of SecureNet solutions currently offered to U.S. businesses, including an omnichannel merchant account, payment gateway, recurring billing, secure credit card storage, award-winning Inventory Management solution and detailed data analytics. Through SecureNet’s PayOS platform, businesses can quickly integrate SecureNet’s single-stack APIs to build a global payments experience unique to their brand. Additionally, all users will enjoy industry leading security features such as tokenization at point-of-entry, end-to-end encryption and integrated fraud management tools.
“SecureNet’s vision is to provide merchants around the world with the ability to seamlessly accept payments and grow their businesses,” said Brent Warrington, CEO of SecureNet. “The international market provides a massive opportunity as global distribution platforms have essentially eliminated the barriers to international shopping. We are taking the complexity out of international payments for merchants and giving them the ability to not only accept payments, but to manage and sync inventory across borders and make smarter business decisions based on rich insights.”
SecureNet’s global infrastructure will encompass 25 countries, including the EU, Canada, Australia and the UK. SecureNet’s full-stack payments platform will automatically convert, settle and deposit funds into merchants’ domiciled currencies, enabling them to accept payments in both local and foreign currencies and rapidly expand their businesses to meet an increasingly global consumer demand for international transactions.