Online payment processing provider Allied Wallet announced on Monday it has increased merchant revenue by as much as 60% for some merchants with its new alternative payment option offering.
The company reported that in the past year, it has made its NextGen Payment Gateway compatible with many preferred payment options in countries like Sweden, Austria, Canada, Finland, France, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malaysia, Spain, UK, Norway, Philippines, South Korea, Vietnam, Brazil, Peru, and Mexico. Dr. Andy Khawaja, Founder of Allied Wallet, stated:
“We live in a day and age where we are more connected than ever. It’s important to allow for cross-border sales. It’s important to accept payments in whichever way people prefer to pay. Limiting your business means limiting your sales, and it’s always been important at Allied Wallet to eliminate limitations and maximize capabilities.”
Allied Wallet is also welcoming new merchants to try their payment services, even offering its payment options as a secondary or back up payment option. Merchants may now integrate their services in addition to their current payment service provider. Dr. Khawaja added:
“We want to connect people – plain and simple – and we’re creating better ways to do that.”