Spreedly Launches New Partnership with PayPal and Stripe
- Payments , Security
- 03.03.2021 11:39 am
Spreedly, the provider of a secure, agnostic, and flexible platform that welcomes all payments participants, today announced the creation of a new partnership program built for gateways and other Payment Service Providers (PSPs).
The Partnership Program was created to further support a vision for a diversified and inclusive payments ecosystem — one offering connectivity and flexibility for all players, including payment service providers globally. Through Spreedly's unique position as the leading payments orchestration layer — and building on its over 120+ available integrations — this program will help drive faster customer acquisition, stronger revenue growth for its participants, and increased value to merchants, platforms, and other shared customers.
The Partnership Program includes a strategic level of relationship, the Preferred Partner tier. Spreedly and Preferred Partners engage closely to build better, more holistic payments solutions. By partnering with Spreedly, PSPs further extend their global reach and accelerate the onboarding of new merchants and platforms — cutting the time to transaction to days from weeks.
The Partnership Program provides gateways and other PSPs with access to a variety of resources depending on their participation level including technical support for integrations to the Spreedly Payments Orchestration Platform, marketing initiatives, and sales engagement. More details about the Partnership Program are available here.
The program's inaugural Preferred Partners include PayPal and Stripe.
"To maximize their revenue, digital businesses are looking for best-in-market payments services that support their commerce strategies. And these payment services want to connect with these large and fast-growing merchants, platforms, and marketplaces," Malik Velani, vice president, global business development with Spreedly. "We've long-served as the industry "connector" between merchants, platforms, and marketplaces and their payment services. The partnership program supports these connections, helping to bring together digital businesses and payment services."