Sunday, 09 February 2014 23:48

PayPal, Paycorp integrate to facilitate greater payment flexibility

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The PayPal online and mobile payment service is being integrated into Paycorp, a leading provider of enterprise payment processing solutions.

Through the technology alignment, Paycorp will be able to process and deliver transactions to PayPal for various market verticals and merchant categories, with PayPal payments integrated into some of Paycorp’s existing payment solutions including RentPay which is used by real estate agents to process rent payments.

“Through our new relationship with Paycorp we will be able to continue to expand our reach into other verticals such as bill payments, so even more Australians can choose to pay with their PayPal account,” said PayPal Director of Enterprise Sales, Simon Banks.

“We’re seeing an increased demand by consumers for flexibility and choice in regards to digital payments, with mobile serving as a critical channel. As consumers continue to evolve behaviours and embrace new technologies different payment options is becoming more crucial than ever for merchants.”

John Caliguri, Chairman of Paycorp’s group of companies said, “Given PayPal’s extensive global network, this partnership allows Paycorp to be a competitive payment solutions provider in the Asia Pacific region. Consumers are increasingly embracing alternative payments and offering PayPal to our consumers makes sense as more consumers continue to shop online.”

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