Commerce Guys Partners with Skrill to Expand Payment Processing Options for Drupal Commerce Websites
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Ann Arbor, Michigan (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Skrill, one of the biggest online payment systems in Europe today announces a partnership with Commerce Guys enabling Drupal merchants to accept payments across Europe and beyond with Drupal Commerce, the flexible open-source eCommerce solution.
Skrill’s worldwide payment network covers 200 countries and territories and offers access to 100 payment options, including credit card, debit card and bank transfer, along with risk management and optional chargeback protection for merchants through just one interface.
Frederic Plais, CEO Of Commerce Guys said: “The partnership with Skrill delivers a fantastic payments solution with easy integration and all the payments options you could need. This removes all the usual barriers and allows all Drupal Commerce merchants to increase their reach and unleash their full selling potential with Skrill.”
Drupal Commerce merchants who choose Skrill will benefit from:
• An International payments network.
• One interface providing access to 100 payment options in 200 countries and territories.
• Access to 30 million Skrill customers.
• Significantly increased customer conversion through local payment options.
• Free risk assessment and optional chargeback protection.
“We are very pleased to join Commerce Guys in their efforts to bring the best options to e-retailers working with Drupal,” said Michael Lane, Vice President of eCommerce for Skrill. “They offer a compelling mixture of flexibility, scalability, value, and compelling user experience that is not available elsewhere.”
Skrill’s payment solution is built into Commerce Kickstart, software built by Commerce Guys that provides all the advantages of Drupal Commerce, with features that make it more complete, faster to launch, and easier to administer. The free integration software is available through Marketplace.CommerceGuys.com.
Skrill Holdings Ltd. (Moneybookers) is one of Europe's largest online payments systems and among the world's largest independent digital wallet providers with over twenty five million account holders. The digital wallet enables any customer to make online payments conveniently and securely without revealing personal financial data, as well as send and receive money online cost-effectively. Skrill’s worldwide payment network offers businesses access to direct payment processing via over 100 payment options in over 200 countries through just one integration.
Founded in 2001, Skrill (Moneybookers) was the first e-money issuer to become authorised and regulated by the FSA. In 2007, Investcorp Technology Partners undertook the buyout of Skrill (Moneybookers) from its founders. Today more than 120,000 merchants are registered with Skrill and its payments systems are integrated by global online brands such as Facebook, Skype and eBay.com. Skrill is the new name for Moneybookers.
In February 2010 The Sunday Times Deloitte Buyout Track 100 league table ranked Skrill (Moneybookers) as the Number 1 fastest growing, private equity-backed firm in the UK based on profits. Skrill was also a winning finalist in the Red Herring Global 100 Awards, which recognises the most innovative companies across the globe based on financial performance, technological innovation and market penetration.
About Commerce Guys
Commerce Guys is an innovative eCommerce software company delivering products, solutions and services in Drupal, an open-source Web infrastructure that drives powerful brand and customer experiences.
Featured in Gartner Inc.’s Cool Vendors in E-Commerce 2012 report, Commerce Guys’ mission is to serve Internet merchants by helping them leverage the power of Drupal for their online stores with cutting-edge technology, expertise and open-source collaboration.
Visit us at http://www.commerceguys.com. Follow us (@commerceguys) on Twitter and Facebook. Be a part of the movement at Drupal.org.
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