Javelin selects WorldPay to supply Camel Commerce payment cartridge

Source: WorldPay

WorldPay, one of the world's leading payment service providers for both on and offline transactions, has developed a pre-built payment solution cartridge for Camel Commerce, a leading ecommerce solution, which gives new users of the solution instant access to Worldpay's extensive payment processing capabilities at a fraction of the cost of other leading providers.

The Camel Commerce ecommerce solution is designed, built and managed by Javelin Group, Europe's leading firm of ecommerce and multi-channel retail consultants. The solution brings together multiple best-in-class solutions (such as hybris ecommerce) in a single suite which can be rapidly and cost-effectively deployed to meet a wide range of ecommerce needs.

Javelin Group selected WorldPay based on the strength of its globally-focussed payment solution capability, its ability to deal with multiple currencies as well as cross-border transactions, and for the company's wealth of experience within the retail sector.

Tony Stockil, Chief Executive of Javelin Group, said: "We were impressed by WorldPay's solid reputation and the strength of its existing Payment Gateway solution and wanted to pass these benefits on to retailers. By working directly with WorldPay we are able to offer a market-leading web presence to our clients at a fraction of the cost of other top-end solutions. The availability of the cartridge as part of our Camel Commerce suite represents a key milestone in an ongoing relationship with WorldPay which we are looking to develop further over the coming months."

Gabriel Hopkins, Head of eCommerce Products at WorldPay, comments: "Javelin Group's decision to work with WorldPay re-affirms our position as the world's leading payments provider. The partnership will see WorldPay processing for customers globally and we are excited to be part of Javelin Group's rich and growing eCommerce solution which has already been received well by retailers looking to grow or improve their online channels to market."

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