UK-based payments platform Paysafe Group has teamed with Yorkshire-based Gala Technology for multi-channel payment solution.
Gala Technology’s cardholder not present (CNP) payment solution SOTpay enables card users to conduct secure transactions remotely, without compromising their sensitive card details.
The alliance will equip Paysafe merchants with capabilities to process PCI DSS compliant payment transactions across communication channels.
Merchants will be able to process transactions across various channels such as telephone, email, SMS and social media platforms, Gala Technology said.
PCI DSS compliant transaction will allay the risk of fraud-related chargebacks as well as associated costs for the merchant.
Gala Technology commercial director Steven Jones added: “Our cloud-based technology does not require any additional hardware or integration, or any amends to existing telephony and network infrastructure, which means that deployment can be swift and incredibly cost effective. It’s perfect for remote working environments.”
Paysafe head of acquiring for Europe Garreth Dorree said: “Our product portfolio is consistently evolving and these unprecedented times have prompted demand for new, alternative ways to pay and accept payments.
“We’re pleased to be working with Gala Technology to respond to this shift and maintain our ongoing commitment to provide an unrivalled portfolio of proprietary solutions for our clients.”
Every year, Paysafe processes transactional volumes of over $85bn and supports 200 payment types in more than 40 currencies across the globe. IT employs more than 3,000 people in over 12 global locations.
In October last year, Paysafe Group launched its new mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution Mobile Pay in the US following a trial period.
In July, video streaming platform YouTube tapped Paysafe Group to enable payments for users of YouTube Premium.