Ingenico ePayments Winning at Cross Border eCommerce

Ingenico ePayments Winning at Cross Border eCommerce
07.10.2016 08:30 am

Ingenico ePayments Winning at Cross Border eCommerce


Ingenico ePayments, the online and mobile commerce division of Ingenico Group, has won Best Cross Border eCommerce Campaign at this year’s UK’s eCommerce Awards. The global payments provider was commended for its work helping UK-based business Euro Car Parts expand overseas, supported by a full-service range of localised payment products.

The award recognises the unique capabilities and consultancy services of Ingenico ePayments to enable UK businesses to expand successfully around the world. Ingenico ePayments worked with Euro Car Parts to drive its international expansion, consulting on the right mix of local payment methods, and also providing fraud prevention solutions to reduce fraud rates.

Ingenico ePayments has also been ranked number one by the PYMNTS X-Border Payments Tracker for the last three months in a row, which is testament to the capabilities of its powerful offering. Ingenico’s cross-border ecommerce footprint leads the industry, combining fraud and risk management with a vast range of localised payment options needed to succeed when entering new markets across all channels – instore, online and mobile.

Julian Wallis, UK&I Country Manager at Ingenico ePayments, comments: “This win is the culmination of our dedicated efforts over the last 7+ years helping hundreds of merchants shape their international expansion strategies. We’re thrilled that this award firmly recognises Ingenico ePayments’ role as market leaders in cross-border ecommerce.”

Ingenico ePayments was presented with the award in London on 26th September 2016, alongside leading online businesses in the UK. The awards recognise outstanding contributions to the UK’s ecommerce sector over the previous year.

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