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Payvision supports Dutch businesses to step up their omnichannel game with Apple Pay

Payvision, an international card acquirer and payment processor knows that speed and convenience are glued to a true omnichannel experience. Hence, Dutch merchants doing business with the Amsterdam-based fintech can offer Apple Pay to their customers that have the service enabled by the Netherlands’ up-to now-sole participating bank, ING. By accepting Apple Pay, merchants make it easier for customers to get their hands on the goods or services they want in just a blink of an eye or with a simple touch.

The payment processing experts offer Apple Pay to their clients for no additional costs outside of the normal gateway fees. Using Payvision’s payment platform, merchants and payment facilitators are able to accept Apple Pay on credit as well as debit cards globally.

Offering Apple Pay supports Payvision’s goal of helping businesses provide consumers omnichannel solutions, both online and offline at points of sale, making it easy and convenient for customers to, “swap platforms [in-store, online, apps] while enjoying the same flawless experience”.

Furthermore, Payvision writes that, “by adding our e-commerce capabilities to our partner ING’s point of sale solutions, we’ve crafted a proposition combining fintech and banking expertise that gets” customers, to “the top of the omnichannel game”.

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