Jane, a U.S.-based e-commerce curated boutique marketplace, recently announced it has integrated with payment processing and global retail banking platform Klarna to offer customers Klarna’s pay in four solutions at checkout. Jane shoppers will now have the ability to purchase the latest in women’s fashion trends, accessories, home decor, children’s clothing and more, in four equal, interest-free payments.
Founded in 2011, Jane describes itself as a boutique marketplace featuring the latest in women’s fashion trends, accessories, home decor, children’s clothing, and more.
“With an industry-leading e-commerce platform, Jane empowers small businesses around the country – both online sellers and brick and mortar shops – and helps customers stay on trend, all at amazing prices. Featuring hundreds of new products every day, Jane has everything you need to live your best, most stylish life.”
Jane is notably the latest retailer to join Klarna’s network of more than 250,000 retail partners worldwide, to offer millions of customers buy now pay later options. Speaking about the collaboration, Jane CEO, Taleeb Noormohamed, added:
“We bring the best of small boutiques and big brands together to offer thousands of new products every day to our millions of loyal customers. With Klarna, we now offer our value-conscious consumers greater financial control and a budget-friendly way to enhance their shopping experience.”
As previously reported, Klarna was founded in 2005 offers products and services to consumers and retailers within payments, social shopping, and personal finances. It enables consumers to make open payments quickly, easily, and securely; immediately, delayed, or in installments. The platform notably works with over 250,000 retailers including in Germany H&M, Spotify, MediaMarkt, Expedia, Nike, and Deutsche Bahn.