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E-commerce integration module with hybris provides customers access to scalable, end-to-end payment services

Worldpay, a global leader in payment processing, risk and alternative payments announced the launch of an e-commerce integration module with hybris software, an SAP company and the world’s fastest-growing commerce platform provider, giving customers access to Worldpay’s end-to-end services including payment processing, alternative payments, fraud and acquiring services, through the hybris platform. The launch coincides with Worldpay becoming an official hybris partner under the Extend Partner Program.

The integration module provides prospective and existing hybris customers access to a ready-made global payment solution, saving customers significant development time and money. Customers benefit from access to an all-encompassing set of services including a secure, safe and flexible payment gateway.

WORLDPAY JOINS THE HYBRIS EXTEND PARTNER PROGRAM 1The integration of Worldpay’s services into the hybris platform equips customers to roll-out cross-border strategies and take advantage of global e-commerce opportunities, while maximising transaction success. The integration module, built by Conexus, is modular and therefore scalable to adapt to the changing business requirements of customers.

Worldpay provides maximum global reach through an alternative payment portfolio of over 200 payment methods, payment processing capabilities in 120 different currencies and provides a choice of 14 settlement currencies.

The hybris integration module forms part of Worldpay’s ongoing strategy to develop, manage and maintain integrations with the major market leading e-commerce platforms. By offering an end-to-end payments service, it allows customers to reduce internal costs and increase functionality through one connection.

Kevin Dallas, Chief Product and Marketing Officer, Worldpay e-commerce, comments: “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, Global Vice President of Strategic Alliances, at hybris, comments: “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.”

Paul Lynch, Director, Conexus, comments: “We are delighted to partner with Worldpay to create a bespoke integration between Worldpay’s Payment Gateway and the hybris Commerce Suite. Paying for goods securely is a prerequisite for the design of any commerce solution for international retailers, providing merchants with access to Worldpay’s full range of card payment, alternative fraud and acquiring services.”