WorldPay, the specialist Internet payment processor and e-commerce enabler, today announces it has joined forces with Canadian company, Inline Internet Systems to offer its 3,500 business entrepreneurs an easy to use Internet shopping cart solution using WorldPay’s payment gateway. This joint initiative will offer these businesses the opportunity to commence secure Internet trading in as little as 48 hours.
Inline Internet System’s iHTML Merchant product is a store catalogue system which enables the creation and management of online stores. Inline has integrated WorldPay’s Internet payment technology as part of its support service which allows its users to request connection to a specific payment processing service for their online store.
David Sear, COO of WorldPay said: "We continue to work with partners worldwide to provide their business customers with an easy to use, flexible and secure online trading platform. Inline is one of the growing number of organisations from around the globe which has chosen to deploy WorldPay technology to its eCommerce customer base."
Russ Cobbe, President of Inline Internet Solutions said: "Our shopping cart solution already enables more than 3,500 North American customers to design and deploy their own online trading environments. Adding WorldPay technology to our offering gives our customers more choice of payment support to make their online business happen."
One of the world’s leading e-commerce solutions companies, WorldPay provides a one-stop service to enable businesses to trade on the net, integrating the Click and Build e-commerce store builder with its global payment systems linked to customers existing back office systems.
WorldPay markets direct to merchants and through distribution channels, including Virgin BizNet and Freeserve in the UK and PSINet Inc. and National Data Corporation (NDC) in the USA.
During 1999, WorldPay has put in place a comprehensive product and services range, together with an international marketing structure. Its focus is now on rolling out its marketing programmes as well as expanding and diversifying its e-commerce offering.
WorldPay’s head office and European processing centre are in Jersey and its European operations centre is in Cambridge. In the USA, WorldPay’s sales and administration centre is in Washington DC, its call centre is in Oklahoma City and its payment processing centre in Atlanta with a planned second centre in Los Angeles.
For more information, please visit the WorldPay web site www.worldpay.com www.worldpay.com
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