Payment processing company Worldpay has said that online merchants using its Hosted Payment Pages (HPP) can add Google Pay to their online checkout with no integration.
Worldpay, which was acquired by FIS for whopping $43bn last year, has integrated Google Pay within its HPP offering, allowing merchants to facilitate express online checkouts by simply switching on Google Pay.
Shane Happach, head of global ecommerce, Worldpay Merchant Solutions at FIS said: “Now more than ever, consumers are swiftly moving online for shopping, so deploying quick, secure, user-friendly options at online checkout, like Google Pay, will be where merchants can gain an edge in an increasingly competitive market.
“Because online shoppers have more choice than ever, it’s vital that merchants deliver the most seamless and simple buying experience possible. Google Pay makes a truly express checkout where a single input from the shopper completes a purchase in seconds.”
Using Google Pay, customers can instantly checkout by authorising payment using their biometrics or feeding their Google account password.
This integration will enable Google Pay to make use of Worldpay’s wide geographic footprint.
Worldpay conducts cross-border payment processing in 155 countries via 58 domestic acquiring licenses.
Google director of emerging commerce platforms Spencer Spinnell said: “This technical integration into Worldpay’s global eCommerce payment pages will make it even easier for merchants to enable our payment solution,”
“Our goal with Google Pay is to deliver a fast, secure and easy shopping experience for consumers, especially online where cumbersome checkout experiences can be a barrier to sales.”