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GlobalConnect selects Boku as mobile billing partner

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Friday, June 15, 2012 - 09:15

GlobalCollect, a provider of online payment services in the e-commerce market, announced today that it has selected Boku as its global mobile payments partner.

GlobalCollect, a provider of online payment services in the e-commerce market, announced today that it has selected Boku as its global mobile payments partner. The partnership integrates Boku's payments platform into GlobalCollect's international payment network, so merchants can take mobile payments at checkout.

"At GlobalCollect, we provide our merchants with the best-fitting online payment methods available for their business," said John Snoek, Global Collect VP  of marketing. "Boku's mobile payment platform is trusted and available in more countries than any other mobile payment option. Next to that, Boku brings unrivalled experience on the mobile payment process to the table."

Snoek said Boku was clearly the best option for GlobalCollect's merchants, who can now increase checkout conversion, reduce cost and accelerate time to market for mobile payments.

 

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Tags: Mobile Payments, Americas, Boku, POS, Online Payments, GlobalCollect

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