We are very proud to announce that PAY.ON won the Florin Award 2014. Nominated with our Dynamic Checkout Solution we were awarded at the EPCA Payment Summit in Brussels on Wednesday, 12 March 2014.
Florin Award at the EPCA Payment Summit 2014
The Florin Transaction Services Innovation Award every year captures the most recent innovations in the transaction services industry. Created by the European Payments Consulting Association (EPCA) and The Paypers in 2010, the winner is awarded during the yearly EPCA Payment Summit.
This year PAY.ON attended the summit with PAY.ON’s CEO, Markus Rinderer, delivering a speech on key strategic drivers in the online and mobile transaction marketsand Falk Schubert, Senior Business Development Manager at PAY.ON, tracking trends in cross border online fraud.
In the course of the EPCA Payment Summit, PAY.ON’s Dynamic Checkout Solution was awarded the Florin Award 2014.
PAY.ON’s Dynamic Checkout Solution
Based on an HTML5 payment page, PAY.ON’s Dynamic Checkout Solution enables payment service providers/independent sales organizations and merchants to offer shoppers their preferred local payment scheme from the wide range of payment methods that are in place around the globe. Additionally, Dynamic Checkout is a fraud sensitive solution, displaying different payment methods according to a shopper’s risk profile. Hence, Dynamic Checkout meets shoppers’ payment expectations and prevents merchants from fraudulent purchases at the same time.
Providing an adequate mix of local payment methods as well as the right set of local and industry specific fraud prevention tools defines the success of merchants and of their payment service providers/independent sales organizations. PAY.ON’s Dynamic Checkout solution therefore offers a suitable payment set-up for payment service providers/independent sales organizations and merchants to achieve fewer drop-outs, higher conversion and ultimately higher revenues.
In order to integrate Dynamic Checkout no extra programming, hosting or complicated set-up is required. PAY.ON provides the HTML5-based payment page code, which only needs to be copied into a web-shop’s script. Once integrated no further code is required.