Checkout.com helps companies accept more payments around the world through one integration. Its unified global payment processing platform features in-country acquiring, relevant payment methods, feature parity across geographies, fraud filters, and reporting features, all via one API.
ESPs containing Checkout.com
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Companies in this market include payment gateways, processors, all-in-one payment acceptance platforms, and token service providers for e-commerce and point-of-sale transactions. These platforms secure the acceptance of payments through 3D secure authentication, payment tokenization, and PCI-validated point-to-point encryption (P2PE).
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Checkout.com's Products & Differentiators
Consolidated payment technology platform
Checkout.com's consolidated payment technology platform offers merchants an all-in-one solution featuring a fully proprietary payment processing, acquiring, and payment gateway, resulting in offering optimal authorization rates and complete access to data.
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Expert Collections containing Checkout.com
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Latest Checkout.com News
Nov 24, 2022
By Leandra Monteiro Share Checkout.com, a provider of cloud-based payment services , announced a partnership with Xiaomi to provide an end-to-end payment solution for payments in Hong Kong and Macau. Xiaomi has chosen Checkout.com as its payments partner to further enhance online payment processing capabilities and optimise the customer experience for users in the two regions. The Checkout.com business covers major markets around the world, including EMEA, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. The company holds 7 global acquiring licenses and can accept all major international credit and debit cards, as well as popular alternative and local payment methods. Therefore, it offers Xiaomi greater performance in the field of payments resulting in greater cost efficiency. In addition, Checkout.com’s sophisticated API can help Xiaomi further expand its payment business globally in the future. “The partnership aligns with our global development goals of providing global users with more payment options. Thanks to Checkout.com’s global acquisition capabilities and excellent platform stability, we can efficiently simplify the payment process, giving our customers a smooth payment experience,” said Janine Luo, General Manager of Xiaomi Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. “In addition, we are impressed by Checkout.com’s local team of payment experts, which allows us to quickly integrate the strengths of its platform and benefit from our global payment strategy.” “The fact that a world-renowned smartphone maker, Xiaomi, has chosen us as a payment partner in Hong Kong and Macau, confirms everything Checkout.com stands for,” said Brian Sze, head of the APAC region in Checkout.com. “We look forward to starting the next chapter of our partnership to grow together.” Previous Article Digital monthly issue Global coverage
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Checkout.com Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Checkout.com founded?
Checkout.com was founded in 2012.
Where is Checkout.com's headquarters?
Checkout.com's headquarters is located at Wenlock Works, London.
What is Checkout.com's latest funding round?
Checkout.com's latest funding round is Series D.
How much did Checkout.com raise?
Checkout.com raised a total of $1.83B.
Who are the investors of Checkout.com?
Investors of Checkout.com include Blossom Capital, GIC, DST Global, Insight Partners, Endeavor and 12 more.
Who are Checkout.com's competitors?
Competitors of Checkout.com include Clearcover, Block, Xendit, PayPal, Interswitch, Dock, Circle, TokenEx, Sleek, PayMongo and 31 more.
What products does Checkout.com offer?
Checkout.com's products include Consolidated payment technology platform.
Who are Checkout.com's customers?
Customers of Checkout.com include Curve, Careem, Dott and Wise.
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