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Optimal Payments launches Netbanx Checkout

04 October 2012  |  2167 views  |  0 Source: Optimal Payments

Optimal Payments (LSE: OPAY), a leading global online payment provider, announces today the official launch of Netbanx Checkout, an all-inclusive online payments solution for e-commerce businesses seeking to create new revenue opportunities by growing their international sales in new markets.

NETBANX Checkout provides e-commerce businesses with an easy-to-implement service that both increases international sales and lowers the cost of processing foreign transactions. NETBANX Checkout will be available to customers in the US, Canada and Europe as part of the NETBANX suite of online payment solutions.

NETBANX Checkout increases conversions for merchants, by making available local payment methods and reducing transaction processing costs and the number of blocked cross-border payments. Using a regionalised multi-lingual hosted payment page NETBANX Checkout also delivers a "local" shopping experience for consumers leading to reduced shopping cart abandonment and increased transaction approvals at checkout.

"We are pleased to be launching our NETBANX Checkout service today," said Martin Leroux, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Optimal Payments. "Our international merchants are impressed with how quickly and efficiently they are able to enter and test new markets without adding complexity to their existing operations. NETBANX Checkout provides another example of how Optimal Payments is leading the way in developing and bringing to market innovative merchant-focused payment solutions."

Integrated directly to the NETBANX payment gateway, NETBANX Checkout leverages the robust NETBANX PCI DSS Level 1 certified multi-currency processing platform. All transactions undergo extensive fraud scrubbing and merchants have access to the NETBANX Back Office suite for real-time tracking and management of online payments. The NETBANX Checkout service also includes local consumer billing support through a support centre and online consumer website, further reducing operational costs and time to market for online merchants. 

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