MIAMI, FL--(Marketwired - Jun 21, 2017) - Net Element, Inc. (
Cooperation with Payvision has broadened the scope of PayOnline customers' capabilities. Thanks to this partnership, PayOnline has an additional channel to route payments in Europe, as well as manage 3D level security in payments. This allows merchants to ensure they get the sale regardless of how the customer chooses to pay, thus achieving a high conversion rate in successful payments. One example is Intui Travel (https://en.intui.travel), a website for searching and booking airport, port and train transportation online. Working together with Payvision, PayOnline was able to reach an 89% conversion rate for Intui Travel.
"Intui Travel facilitates international business. We work with customers and suppliers from 190 countries. We needed payment solutions that offered optimal convenience for the payer and protected the company from fraud. With PayOnline we were able to offer optimal combinations of these factors in a cost-effective manner. We are satisfied with the constructive approach of PayOnline employees to the tasks that have arisen in the process of teamwork. We continue to cooperate and agree on development goals that can stimulate business growth for PayOnline and Intui Travel," commented Ilya Balakhnichev, Managing Director of Intui Travel.
In addition to 120+ currencies, merchants can withdraw funds in American, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand dollars, Swiss francs, Swedish kroner, Danish kroner, euro, British pound, Japanese yen, Norwegian krone, Polish zloty, and South African rand. The conversion takes place at the rate of Visa / Mastercard, which makes the financial terms profitable for the merchants.
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Net Element, Inc. (
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