Ecommerce payments provider Eway has finalised an agreement with CRM platform provider Keap that will see Eway become the preferred payment provider for its customers in Australia and New Zealand.
Digital payment company Visa has said it will introduce credential-on-file tokenisation following an agreement with payments providers, in order to improve ecommerce security.
Apple Pay has launched in Australia, but with only two other members on its team at present, it is playing in a restricted field for now.
Sydneysiders have leapt ahead of their counterparts in Melbourne as Australia’s biggest online spenders, now spending more than double the amount per transaction than Melburnians.
Payments provider eWAY has launched a new online small business loan program which it says provides retailers with up to $100,000 in finance in just 7 minutes.
With over 20,000 customers under its belt, eWAY has simplified payments for online retailers with a single 2.6% flat rate for all credit cards.’
Listed online payments provider Mint Payments (ASX:MNW) has sealed a deal with eWAY to license Mint’s ‘card present’ capability to distribute their own mobile point of sale solution.
Online sales of goods and services in Australia are steadily increasing, with the end of the financial year spending showing a steep rise as businesses took advantage of the government’s tax incentives for purchases up to a value of $20,000.
Australian-based, global online payments provider eWay has sealed an expanded partnership with global eCommerce store giant, Shopify.
The rivalry never ends: Melbourne CBD online shoppers receive more parcels, but those in the Sydney CBD spend more.
Australian-based Asia Pacific eCommerce payments provider eWAY has moved to expand its New Zealand business, launching what it says is the country’s first service that enables a retail store to set up online payments hassle-free, without even needing to talk to their bank.
Aussie ecommerce merchant eWAY is aiming for a big splash in Asia, today expanding its services to Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia.
Is Stripe an also-ran? Incumbent payment processor eWay thinks so.
Canberra-based payment gateway provider eWay has joined NetSuite's SuitePayments program, providing NetSuite customers with an additional option when selecting a payments provider. eWay has also significantly accelerated the process of obtaining a merchant account.
Pay by Phone Service Opens up Phone Payments to Small Australian Businesses
eWAY partners with Google AdWords to give online merchants a free $75 Google AdWords trial and get their online marketing started.
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