Polish ecommerce platform Shoper launches its own payment system
Shoper has launched a new solution for online shop owners called Shoper Payments. The Polish ecommerce platform now has its own online payment system, which is available to everybody that has an online store running on Shoper’s software.
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Jacek Zienkiewicz, who is the brand manager at Shoper, says they launched the new payment method to meet the needs of customers who are looking for an alternative to the dominant payments companies.
Shoper already offers an integration with external providers of online payments, such as PayU, mBank mTransfer, Przelewy24, PayPal and MultiTransfer. According to Telecompaper each online store using the platform has access to over 50 different payment methods, “which makes it the most attractive offering among providers of ecommerce software in Poland.”
Own online payment service
Since May they have been offering their own online payment service. Store owners whose ecommerce sites runs on Shoper’s software can now offer this payment method to their customers. The commission over the first three months will be 1 percent and after that 1.69%. New Shoper users are provided with a special welcome offer: they can use Shoper Payments completely free during the first three months.
Over 10,000 shops operate on the Shoper Platform. “Both sellers with lots of experience and young people who just started the ecommerce adventure”, the company says. “Regardless of experience, everyone is looking for solutions that are not only simple and convenient, but also safe and competitive.”
Shoper was founded in 2005. The software as a service solution offers four different subscriptions to meet the needs of its customers. Shoper is a product from the Polish company DreamCommerce. This company also owns Zencommerce, which is ready-to-go online shop software for the Asian market.