Scope of PayPipe routing gateway expands to Scandinavia

By Christopher Taine on 4. September 2012 in Global Payment Gateway
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PayPipe bundles up the access to several hundred payment providers and payment schemes via one single API. Results are cost savings and time-to-market advantages caused by the technical simplicity. After integrating China with the top connections China UnionPay and ChinaPay we get Scandinavia into our scope. To offer our clients best support from the beginning we have included seven strategically important payment providers into the PayPipe network.

Markus Rinderer, CEO of PAY.ON AG: “To integrate the most prominent Scandinavian payment market participants was a long overdue strategically decision and makes PayPipe the central payment hub in Europe. Our clients have now all opportunities to step into the Scandinavian market in no time.”

 

Following more information about the new Scandinavian connections:

Euroline AB (SE): is a well-established provider of card acquiring solutions. Euroline AB is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SEB Group, one of Europe’s leading banks providing financial services to corporate clients, institutions and private individuals. Euroline has built a sophisticated portfolio of services that include multi-currency support, simplification of payment processes and risk management support. The company is based in Stockholm, Sweden. The e-commerce processing acceptance covers VISA, Mastercard including their debit card brands.

DanskeBank Group (DK): is the largest bank in Denmark and one of the leading financial enterprises in northern Europe with its headquarter in Copenhagen. DanskeBank offers a full range of banking services, with an emphasis on retail banking. The e-commerce processing acceptance covers VISA, Mastercard including their debit card brands.

Nordea (SE): is one of the largest financial service groups in Northern Europe. Nordea has a leading position within corporate merchant banking as well as retail banking and private banking. The e-commerce processing acceptance covers VISA, Mastercard including their debit card brands.

Handelsbanken (SE): is a full-service bank for both personal and corporate customers and has a nationwide branch network in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway and Great Britain. Handelsbanken regards these countries as its domestic markets. Handelsbanken was founded in 1871 and currently has over 11,000 employees working in 22 countries. The e-commerce processing acceptance covers VISA, Mastercard including their debit card brands.

SEB (SE): is a leading Nordic financial services group. SEB in Sweden and the Baltic countries offers financial advice and a wide range of financial services. The e-commerce processing acceptance covers VISA, Mastercard including their debit card brands.

Swedbank (SE): is Sweden’s largest bank in terms of number of customers. Besides the domestic Swedbank is located in the Baltic region and established in the other markets like Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The e-commerce processing acceptance covers VISA, Mastercard including their debit card brands.

Teller (NO): is the gateway to the Nordic region, handles the acquiring of national and international payment cards, primarily in the Nordic market. This means that Teller handles merchant agreements for the most widely used local and international cards, such as Dankort, BankAxept, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, JCB and China UnionPay.

 

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