Payment solutions provider in the Middle East and Africa (MEA), Network International aims to boost e-commerce acceptance in the region with the launch of a new, multi-million-dollar online payment gateway. It is part of Network International’s N-Genius payment platform and has commenced rollout to UAE-based ecommerce merchants from February 2019.
Network International’s new payment gateway has been developed in the UAE following global best practice standards that respond to regional requirements such as multilingual, multi-currency and white label branding capabilities, for clients across the Middle East and Africa.
“Delivering a state-of-the-art acceptance platform to the payment ecosystem is key to our role of supporting accelerated e-commerce growth in the region,” says Paul Clarke, group head of Product & Innovation, Network International. “Network International’s N-Genius online payment gateway fulfils the needs of our clients with a feature-rich, multi-tenant customisable platform that offers omnichannel acceptance across multiple geographies and segments.”
Network International has adopted best-in-class technology by building an online payment gateway that delivers advanced performance, security and scalability. The new gateway will offer merchants and consumers a seamless and secure payment experience across both online and in-store channels, and allow for rapid delivery of new payment methods and features without business disruption. The gateway is fully customisable to suit the requirements of businesses of all sizes and industry, while keeping pace with the region’s evolving ecommerce sector and changing payment trends.
“As e-commerce grows in leaps and bounds, our secure payment gateway will provide online merchants the opportunity to tap into a market that is expected to see e-commerce sales in the MEA region grow to reach $80 billion in 2022,” adds Samer Soliman, managing director – Middle East, Network International.
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