GlobalOnePay formally called GlobalOne, is a leading provider of global omni-channel payment processing technologies and merchant services, announced that it has completed a number of product and service enhancements, including the addition of in-store point of sale (POS) and mobile POS (mPOS) solutions, to better serve the needs of merchants and enable easier adoption of omni-channel payment processing.
Industry research shows that a majority (87%) of consumers believe brands should work harder to provide a seamless experience for customers1. In addition, 84% of global retailers indicated they think a consistent customer experience across channels is very important1. Payment processing is a key part of a company’s brand and overall buying experience, but is often fragmented and challenging to implement in an omni-channel environment. With its ability to now process all types of payment methods and multiple currencies across online, in-store and mobile channels, the GlobalOnePay payment-processing platform makes it easier for brands and merchants to unify the purchasing experience worldwide.
“The payment world is getting more complex and is always changing and most merchants don’t have the time or resources to stay on top of it all,” said Philip Fayer, president and chief executive officer of GlobalOnePay. “With the trend toward omni-channel, we have enhanced and expanded our platform and services so merchants can obtain an industry-leading payment processing solution for all commerce channels from one vendor and deliver a consistent payment process to their customers worldwide.”
GlobalOnePay provides a highly scalable, cloud-based platform that enables businesses of all sizes to grow faster by processing a wider range of online, in-store and mobile payments (including mPOS and in-app) from virtually any market in the world. Easy-to-implement and integrate, GlobalOnePay merchants can access an industry-leading set of modular technologies to increase sales revenues, efficiencies and security while accessing more than 130 international payment solutions. Customers can also draw upon the company’s merchant services that include merchant acquiring, merchant processing, Multi-Currency Pricing, global multi-currency acquiring, as well as reporting and reconciliation.
“GlobalOnePay offers growing businesses the flexibility they want and need,” said Fayer. “Merchants can choose to use our payment gateway and or our merchant services, either singularly if they already have a contract with another provider, or bundled together in one, powerful solution. As their payment requirements change GlobalOnePay can support them when, where and as needed.”
As part of its product and services expansion, GlobalOnePay has completed a rebranding effort and changed the company name from GlobalOne to GlobalOnePay. In addition to a fresh, new logo, GlobalOnePay has adopted a new tagline to reflect its emphasis on helping businesses grow: The Commerce Growth Platform. The new brand identity can be seen at the company’s new website at www.globalonepay.com. The company will continue to roll out additional services in 2016.
The GlobalOnePay merchant services platform accepts an ever-changing range of online, in-store and mobile payment options, including card not present, EMV, magnetic stripe and contactless payment. One of the few payment gateways with truly international reach, GlobalOnePay enables businesses to access 130+ global payment processors as well as price and sell in 80 currencies. This makes it easier for merchants to accept all major credit cards, bill and receive funds in their primary currency, and accept local and alternative payments, as well as to test and enter new markets without significant upfront capital costs.
“Our technologies simplify the critical payment process for omni-channel commerce without bureaucracy, the hassles of managing multiple providers or having to learn deep technical skills,” said Fayer. “GlobalOnePay supports all major independent software vendor, value-added reseller, and shopping cart integrations to minimize development time so businesses can focus on sales and growth.”