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Providing the French Market with Global e-Commerce through Multi-Currency Processing
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS–(Marketwire – September 13, 2012) – Payvision, independent Payment Solutions Provider, specialized in Global Card Processing for the e-Commerce Market, has formed a strategic partnership with Be2bill. As part of the Rentabiliweb Group, Be2bill is France’s first Cartes Bancaires licensed Acquiring Payment Institution.
France is internationally renowned for its export of local products and services with great international appeal. This partnership provides French e-Merchants with card payment solutions to expand their e-commerce cross-border through Payvision’s global acquiring network, while Payvision can offer international PSPs and their merchants in the different regions exposure to the French market through a French optimized Cartes Bancaires processing solution, delivered by France’s leading payment institution.
“Payvision has built a global acquiring network in the different regions around the world. Our strategic partnership with Be2bill enables us to expand into the French market, while offering Be2Bill and its clientele the possibility to expand its global footprint and process multi-currency transactions in the different Regions, through our worldwide Acquiring Network. In addition, we benefit from our joined expertise in monitoring and managing risk; by partnering with Be2Bill-RE, Payvision forges an alliance with the most dynamic player in the French market,” says Rudolf Booker, CEO of Payvision.
“This partnership gives us the opportunity to assist our clients beyond the French market, giving them not only access to a hundred means of payments used by foreign consumers locally but also to multi-currency transactions with a local settlement in foreign currencies, at a much more competitive price than any of their banks could ever offer. This is a key step in our international development strategy to offer a smart payment solution to any e-merchant in the world,” says Philippe Bontemps, General Director of Rentabiliweb Europe.
Be2bill and Payvision will hold two conferences on the subject: the first at the upcoming Paris Ecommerce tradeshow on September 19th and the second at the VAD tradeshow on October 24th.
Payvision, independent payment solution provider, specialized in global card processing for the e-commerce market, offers Acquiring Banks, PSP/ISO and their Merchants a secure PCI-DSS Compliant, PSD Licensed international payment processing platform, enhanced with innovative technology. Payvision provides its customers 24/7 Support, 150+ transaction currencies and regional card settlement currencies, a high-end reporting interface and a solid risk management solution.
Founded in 2002 Payvision is headquartered in Amsterdam and has expanded its global services in over 40 countries with offices in New York, Utah, Madrid, Paris, Dusseldorf, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau. Please visit www.payvision.com for more information.
About Be2bill – www.be2bill.com
Be2bill is the first payment solution to be exclusively dedicated to e-commerce.
Launched in January 2012 by Rentabiliweb, web audience monetization specialist for more than 10 years, Be2bill provides e-retailers with a “3 in 1″ solution for managing their online payments, which includes the services of a bank, of a PSP (Payment Service Provider) and the Group’s web expertise in the area of Internet-based marketing and loyalty-building. This new approach to the e-commerce value chain will allow e-retailers to maximize their turnover while reducing their risk levels and minimizing the expenses related to online collection. Be2bill has received its final approval from the (French) Prudential Control Authority, provided by the Banque de France in January 2011. It is also the only web specialist to be an affiliate member of the GIE Cartes Bancaires (Bank Cards EIG).