Tagged: flexible payments

BNPL Fintech Affirm Reveals that Buy Now, Pay Later Accounted for Record $24B in US Consumer Spending Last Year

BNPL Fintech Affirm (NASDAQ:AFRM) notes that last year’s holiday shopping season set many digital commerce records, including in its “volume of purchases” made through Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) services. Affirm cites Salesforce data which reveals that BNPL transactions surged 109% when compared to the… Read More

Afterpay Teams Up With Adyen For Flexible Payment Option

Afterpay (ASX:APT), a digital platform that offers interest-free installment plans for online purchases, announced on Thursday it has teamed up with Adyen (AMS: ADYEN), a global payments platform, to offer its “Buy Now, Pay Later” (BNPL) service to retailers. The companies revealed that the first retailer… Read More

UK Buy Now Pay Later Fintech Zilch Introduces “Tap and Pay-Over-Time” Solution for In-Store Payments via Digital Wallets

UK’s Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) Fintech firm Zilch is introducing a “tap and pay-over-time” solution that allows consumers to carry out in-store payments with a wave of their online or digital wallet, with the cost of their purchase spread over a manageable 6-week time… Read More

BNPL Fintech Affirm Reveals that Almost 60% of Survey Respondents are Interested in Using Pay Over Time Services

BNPL Affirm (NASDAQ:AFRM) notes that US consumers happen to agree that the best or ideal surprise in life is “randomly finding money in your pocket or on the street closely followed by getting a tax refund, no matter the amount.” As mentioned in a recent… Read More

Pine Labs Reports that CIMB Bank, HSBC Bank, Others are Using its Buy Now Pay Later Solution, Now Also Available in Malaysia

Pine Labs, an Asian merchant commerce solution provider that’s backed by payments giant Mastercard, has introduced a Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) solution in Malaysia. Pine Labs aims to offer a technology-focused offline payments platform where several different credit card issuers can use a common… Read More

BNPL Fintech Affirm Partners Digital Commerce Investor Clearbanc to Provide Financial Tools for Businesses

Buy Now, Pay Later or BNPL Fintech Affirm (NASDAQ:AFRM), which is now a “remote-first” company with most of its roles being carried out anywhere in the U.S. and Canada (with the exception of Quebec), has teamed up with Clearbanc in order to help clients power… Read More

E-Commerce Marketplace Jane Announces Integration With Klarna to Offer Flexible Payment Options

  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… Read More

Buy Now Pay Later or BNPL Services like Affirm are Helping Businesses Gain Incremental New Customers, Product Specialists Reveal

Affirm (NASDAQ:AFRM), the first Fintech firm of 2021 to complete a traditional (non-SPAC) initial public offering, recently looked into why its services may be essential to your customer acquisition strategy. Tom Musbach from Affirm notes that new customers are the “growth engine” of almost every… Read More

Buy Now Pay Later or BNPL Adoption on Track to Reach $7.3B in 2027 with APAC being the Fastest-Growing Region: Report

Buy Now, Pay Later or BNPL adoption is on track to grow significantly in the next few years with the Asia-Pacific region being one of the main drivers. A study performed by Coherent Market Insights reveals that the international BNPL market had been valued at… Read More

Global Payments Platform Adyen Partners Affirm to Support Flexible Purchasing Plans

Global payments solution provider Adyen (AMS: ADYEN), which claims it’s the platform of choice for many major international businesses, has partnered with Affirm, which provides a payment method that offers consumers a “transparent” way to pay over time via online platforms and in-store. Affirm was… Read More

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