Viva Wallet Announces Partnership with PrestaShop to Bring Smart Payments Solution to Its Merchants

  • E-Commerce
  • 16.03.2021 04:55 pm

Viva Wallet, the Pan-European Neobank with a presence in 23 countries, and PrestaShopone of the leading open-source e-commerce platforms, announced a new collaboration that will allow thousands of online merchants across Europe and the UK to accept fully localized payments in a few clicks, through the new Viva Wallet module.  

Viva Wallet for PrestaShop modulewill offer frictionless payments that adapt automatically to the client’s use. When merchants choose the new Viva Wallet module they can expect a higher conversion rate due to the local targeting parameters it offers. The end customers of online shops will be offered a fully localized experience based on their location (language and type of local types of payments) and their preferences (eg. Device, previous way of payments). 

When choosing the Viva Wallet module, merchants will not only get the best E-commerce payments solution there is, but also other added benefits such as a localized IBAN account and a local BIN business debit card, next-day settlement, and 0% acceptance fees. 

Viva Wallet helps businesses across 23 countries increase their revenue by providing payments tools which can be activated instantly. The Viva Wallet module for PrestaShop, will help merchants immediately get a local IBAN account, to activate payments acceptance for all international card schemes and also for local payment methods and to use their Viva Wallet business debit card, all in a few clicks. And further to that, online merchants may reduce payments fees down to 0% by using our one click Viva Wallet module inside Prestashop. ” said Yannis Larios, VP of Strategy at Viva Wallet. 

“We are excited to start a collaboration with Viva Wallet, a leading payment provider offering plans from 0% acquiring fees through its business debit card program. Our European partnership will boost Viva Wallet's footprint and accelerate its merchant's acquisition within our open-source ecosystem"  said Valerio Martelli VP of Partnership at PrestaShop


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