WorldPay has launched an online payment platform with Hybris, extending WorldPay’s payment services to Hybris customers.
The use of the module means that Hybris customers will be able to integrate global payment options into their existing websites.
The module will allow payment by 200 methods, 120 different currencies, and 14 settlement currencies.
Kevin Dallas, chief product and marketing officer at WorldPay said: "E-commerce is not limited by geographical boundaries, customers have the opportunity to sell into new markets globally.
"The integration module enables customers to capitalise on this opportunity by offering end-to-end payment services that scale with their specific business requirement and internationalisation strategy. By joining the Extend Partner Program we can continue to work with hybris to offer the best e-commerce payment services to global customers."
Patrick Finn, VP at Hybris, said: "By adding WorldPay’s pre-built integration into our Hybris Extend marketplace, our customers can now benefit from access to a global, secure, multi-currency and multi-payment platform that saves them time and money.
"Hybris Extend is an important program for our customers, our partners and Hybris. It offers our customers direct access to pre-integrated partner solutions reducing implementation time and increasing our customers’ ROI."
The module was built by built by software developer and Hybris partner Conexus. The launch coincides with WorldPay becoming an official hybris partner.
The news of the launch comes weeks after WorldPay announced it is to partner with Znap to offer businesses payment options through smartphones.
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