Digital River World Payments, a global payments service provider, and ACI Worldwide (NASDAQ: ACIW), a leading global provider of real-time electronic payment and banking solutions, today announced an expanded relationship to provide ACI’s eCommerce fraud prevention solution to Digital River’s global merchant customers. By integrating its online payments platform with the ACI ReD Shield real-time fraud prevention solution, Digital River World Payments is extending the fraud detection capabilities it offers its global merchants. Merchants opting to use the ACI ReD Shield fraud solution will benefit from instant decisioning and ongoing visibility into rich payment transaction data for effective fraud detection and prevention.
Today’s announcement builds on an existing relationship between the two companies. Digital River World Payments currently uses the ACI PAY.ON Payments Gateway to enable access to additional bank connections, payment features and alternative payment types for merchants moving into new international geographies, including Latin America and Europe.
“We are pleased to build upon our collaboration with Digital River World Payments and extend the fraud prevention and payment security capabilities available to their global merchants,” said Markus Rinderer, senior vice president, Platform Solutions, ACI Worldwide. “Our fraud detection and risk management, as a fully integrated part of the UP eCommerce Payments solution, is designed to help merchants protect revenues, realise their growth goals and enhance the shopper experience across geographies and channels.”
Hayden Reed, senior vice president and general manager of Digital River World Payments added, “We provide solutions that span the online payments lifecycle, including pre- and post-transaction services, in geographies across the world. Our relationship with ACI is another example of our commitment to provide our merchants with more choice, flexibility and control in meeting the demands of their global ecommerce businesses and needs of the millions of shoppers they serve.”