SaaS ecommerce platform Kooomo and French online payment solution HiPay have partnered, giving Kooomo’s ecommerce merchants access to the HiPay payment solution directly from the platform. HiPay offers over 220 local and international payments methods.
When we took a look at the official blog of ecommerce platform Kooomo, we’ve noticed the company is quite busy with partnering with other companies. Last month it started working together with Feedonomics to improve feeds, while in July it partnered with personalization company NeoWize and CRO and PPC company Adveropia.
‘Clients will be accompanied in all payment issues’
Now it announced a partnership with fintech company HiPay. Kooomo once was meant for fashion and luxury brands, but is now also available for companies of all sectors looking to start with online sales internationally. “We offer our users a network of knowledge and expertise from our numerous partners. Thanks to HiPay being a licensed European payment institution and e-money issuer, our clients will be accompanied in all payment issues ranging from international expansion to transaction security”, Kooomo’s CEO Giovanni Meda says.
Thanks to the new partnership, Kooomo’s customers get access to over 220 local and international payment methods, including the Italian SisalPay, Visa, MasterCard, Maestro and PayPal. “From here forward, merchants using the Kooomo platform will be able to integrate all the payment methods that we offer from a single interface”, Paolo Trecarichi from HiPay Italy says.
About Kooomo and HiPay
Kooomo is a software-as-a-service ecommerce platform and a product from Zerogrey, an ecommerce outsourcer for international brands. It offers customers a way to sell their products online and is especially meant for brands that want to sell cross-border. The ecommerce platform is geo-localized in 15 languages. It has over 350 million customers worldwide and was recognized by Gartners as a ‘Cool Vendor’ for 2016.
HiPay is a French online payment solution. It was founded in 2001 and has two European banking licences: payment instution and e-money issuer. Last year, it processed payments with a total value of 1.3 billion euros, doubling its volume of transactions over the year. It offers 220 payment methods and 150 different currencies.